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      The Future of Algorithmic Design   05/23/2017

      Natively available within Vectorworks software, Marionette delivers an algorithmic means to orchestrate and dictate design forms and customizations without needing to be a programmer.   Let the Marionette collaboration begin. Watch this video to learn how you can upload and share Marionette objects, nodes, and networks with your peers.

Resource Share - Marionette

Share your Marionette nodes with the Vectorworks community. Do not post copyrighted material which you do not have permission to share.

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