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Introducing BIM 360 Team

Introducing BIM 360 Team

Purpose-built for the needs of architects, engineers and their project stakeholders, BIM 360 Team gives design teams a central location to communicate, view, markup and review 2D and 3D project design files from anywhere—simply using a web browser to a mobile device. By giving project access to all team members who need it, design teams…

Collaboration for Revit

Collaboration for Revit

Autodesk recently posted a few videos to get people started with Collaboration for Revit. They run through different steps, such as setting up your project and using the built in communication tools. It is also worth noting that there is a new blog exclusively dedicated to A360 services.

360 – The Circle of Life, Autodesk style

If you live in an Autodesk world you may have been hearing a lot about ‘360’ lately. What exactly is 360 all about? The brief answer is that Autodesk 360 is the umbrella under which Autodesk offers and provides a variety of cloud services. The matrix below shows you all the cloud offerings from Autodesk that are currently available. More…


Over the break I ran through old pictures and found a series of 10 pictures taken on a boat tour of San Francisco a few years back. So I threw it at 123d Catch and the results were pretty amazing. See the YouTube video below.

Revit/Vasari and 123D Catch for Energy Modeling of Existing Buildings

Solar Radiation Tool in Project Vasari The following videos were posted by Simon Gillis from Autodesk at the Sustainable Design Toolbox to describe in more detail the steps necessary to carry out the Rapid Energy Modeling (REM) of existing buildings. You can see how you can use 123D Catch and Project Vasari or Revit 2012…

Render in the cloud

We have blogged about it before but the cloud rendering service, which is a subscription benefit of customers with suites is absolutely amazing. This service essentially offers batch rendering capabilities within Revit as you can quickly select to render all your 3d views. The biggest advantages are: You don’t need to get the latest hardware…

Announcing the Autodesk Cloud and Design Review Mobile

  Design Review Mobile is now available! It is a ground-shaking announcement: the Autodesk Cloud! We have recently seen a shift into a variety of cloud-based services, ranging from the Conceptual Energy Analysis tools and Green Building Studio to the now graduated Project Neon cloud rendering service. The 3GB of cloud storage per seat on…

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