I’m sure you’ve all come across the McGraw-Hill’s BIM reports previously, such as the ‘The Business Value of BIM in North America‘. They are currently undertaking research for a report on BIM down under; BIM Adoption and Value Survey for Australia and New Zealand. If you are in [...]
I stumbled across Autodesk Remote on the Autodesk Exchange | Apps today. I recall reading about Project Blink back in June on Shaan’s blog, but lost interest when I found out that it was only available in the US. This interest was briefly renewed when the Project Blink Beta graduated as
I don’t know how this one managed to sneak past me but three days ago an update was released for FormIt which included a version for Android!
Some of you may not have noticed that Autodesk announced their Pay As You Go licensing last week. It is available from the 16th of September 2013 on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis (with the option to renew). This is effectively a rental plan which is offered as a [...]
Those who currently use Family Browser will most probably be aware of the recent update released last week. The functionality doesn’t appear to have changed other than the ability for Family Browser to now be fully integrated within the Revit 2014 user interface. Don’t get me wrong, this is a massive [...]
A recent poll on the BrisBIM home page (since changed) confirmed an interesting trend in mobile devices for AEC. The rise in popularity of Android based phones and tablets is clear, now just outnumbering the once dominant Apple devices.
For those that have been experimenting with Reality Capture with either the recent Autodesk ReCap, or 123D Catch or the much older Project Photofly, you have most likely come across problems dealing with incomplete meshes. For capturing detailed or ornate architectural environments you generally had to resort to a workflow that [...]
This one has been on my radar for a few weeks but I just haven’t got around to posting about it. Penn State University, well known in BIM circles for producing comprehensive documentation, have updated their BIM Planning Guide for Facility Owners. Version 2.0 was published in June and is available from the
…is on the way!
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Have you ever wondered how to get Revit to do more for you? How about automated geometry creation or optimisation of designs? Or you’ve thought about getting into computational design but you’re a bit scared of programming or don’t know where to start? Then you’ll want to check out Zach Kron’s recent post
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