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Autodesk Revit Live is your path to immersive visualization

Autodesk Revit Live is your path to immersive visualization

As the AEC industry continues to move more and more towards Building Information Modeling, questions about the next step in a fully-realized BIM are starting to emerge. More than just developing a data-rich model with Autodesk Revit, everyone involved in a project will be able to see what’s being built before construction begins. Autodesk Revit…

360 Degree Revit Collaboration

360 Degree Revit Collaboration

This presentation will provide an overview of Autodesk’s A360 cloud based Collaboration for Revit. What does it really mean to have the entire project team work on shared building information models​ in real-time across time-zones? Are we finally done with the era of paper drawings? This session will also compare the various modes of Revit…

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…

2014 Webinars

We would like to invite you to join us for a new series of webcasts on various BIM topics, starting today. Coordination Made Easy January 15, 2014, 11:00 AM PSTHosted by: Jeremy Peters In this webcast we will explore traditional Revit and Navisworks Clash workflows followed by a more efficient streamlined approach. Register here BIM…

Autodesk BIM 360 – BIM Collaboration in the Cloud

Is Horizontal Glue™ a key feature of the next Autodesk BIM 360?  Mysterious videos were posted three or four weeks ago featuring a web-based product called Autodesk BIM 360.  All of the videos have since been removed (*Please see update at end of post). The product shown in them, was a product formerly known as Horizontal…

The Cloud vs. The Useful Cloud

vs. There has been a lot written about the reality of working in a common BIM between offices. There are many reasons for doing this – in fact, it represents the true way that BIM actually makes sense. Let’s look first at the reasons. Multiple offices of one company want to work together Two different…

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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