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 [...]
I was logged in to Autodesk 360 today and the new graphics accompanying the new logo over to the right side of the screen caught my eye. I’d read about this a week or two ago so it wasn’t really the logo but what was under it, that I was surprised by:
I was hoping to get this post out as my last for 2012, to draw a line under the year and its events, but I missed the boat. There is a lot of information about Autodesk University 2012 out in the ether, mostly in the form of individual posts and articles. Rather than generate yet [...]
Well it’s been a busy first day at AU2012. It really started yesterday with a few workshops and customer feedback sessions on BIM, various Autodesk 360 offerings, and subscriptions. Then it was off to the Speaker Social and the Public Relations’ Media and Blogger Reception.
This is interesting, as it indicates that Vasari will most likely remain it’s own product and not be rolled into Revit in [...]
There are some pretty cool technology previews about at the moment, courtesy of Autodesk Labs.
Maximo® Integration has just been added and I’m really excited about this one! It is intended to extend the value of BIM through to the operations phase. The data can be published directly into Maximo but more [...]
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