The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Sept. 28th – Oct. 4th
This week we start off with a post from a new to me Blog called Phil-osophy in BIM, that is about “Divide” when you are suing adaptive components.
You may have heard about Revit Skyscraper, while it seems to be moving forward as Autodesk has released a beta “Open House” test for all to try. Learn more about here in this post from What Revit Wants
Revit Skyscraper is gearing up!
Are you always taking photos on the job site, and then forgetting to take them off the camera or your cell phone so that can get added to the job file? If this sounds like you then you need to check out this post from Con App Guru about FotoIN
Here is another post from Con App Guru, but this time its about a backpack type of case for your Tablet to make walking the job site easy and hands free!
Once again this week What Revit Wants is busy sharing the latest and greatest news about all that is BIM and Revit.
The Best just got Better IFC for Revit 2015 V 15.2.0 released
IFC Templates and Parameter Upgrade Files
This should convince your MEP guy to go to Revit
This is a blog post from In The Fold, and the blog is really about how Fusion 360 helped this company (Hydrobee) get their product up and running. That part is all well and good, but I just really thought the product they came up with was super cool (the PowerBee)
Hydrobee Generate Personal Power from Nature with Autodesk Fusion 360
This post from the IMAGINiT Support Blog drops some knowledge about Boundary Conditions for Revit Structure users.
Revit Structure Setting for Boundary Conditions
The A360 Blog has a post this week about the new features of the newly released A360 mobile app
A360 Mobile – New Face, New Tools, New Opportunities!
Well in case you missed it, Microsoft announced it’s next O/S this week, and they are skipping Windows 9 and going straight to Windows 10! Check out this post from Laptop about best features of Windows 10 – I personally like the idea of multiple desktops!
Windows 10: Top 6 New Features
I’m going to end this weeks post with a picture from a What Revit Wants post, that is a screen shot of the current AUGI World (Oct. 2014)
Truer words have never been spoke “quit trying to make Revit AutoCAD.”
Have a Great Weekend