The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Feb. 1st – 7th, 2015.
Why don’t we start this weeks post off with some Dynamo! Marcello over at Simply Complex tries to answer this simple question.
And after answering that Simply question (in only a way Marcello can) he gets on a roll with a few more great Dynamo posts, so seem them below or head over to Simply Complex.
I have only briefly tested (read played) with Revizto, but that was a yer or so ago, it seems to upped its game since then. Check out this review from the Revizto Blog by Aaron Maller of the Beck Group.
The AU Blog just released its list of the Top 10 classes of AU 2014 in Las Vegas, as voted by AU Attendees. Spoiler alert my class didn’t make the Top 10, maybe next year.
Get your New and Improved Ryhnamo! Learn more over Nathan Millers blog the Proving Ground.
Hot off the presses (and out to the world even before Autodesk) Revit 2015 Update Release 6 thanks for Luke and What Revit Wants.
If you missed the AGC Georgia Tech Forum last week, find out what you missed in this review post from ConAppGuru.
Now for a Tip for all the Blue Beam users out there, Courtney of Carol’s Construction Technology Blog.
Another cool bit of info from What Revit Wants is that you can now get a free “Pro” serial number and license for Google Earth.
This next post(s) is over my head (@ 5′-2.5″ doesn’t take much) as I’ve never been much of a programmer. However according to the blog Architecture and Planning you really don’t even need any experience in coding to be able to view and edit Revit models in a website. It seems one post was not enough so Paul keeps cranking them on on this topic.
Here is another Bluebeam post about the new Revu 2015 release, this time from Carol’s Construction Technology Blog about Site planning.
Whant to learn a little more about the Switchback tool in Revit and Navisworks 2015? then check out the cadline community BIM blog.
Now for some Revit MEP content, electrical content at that thanks to CAD Shack.
If you are looking for an App or Apps for use in the Construction Industry, you should think of these 4 items first. Find out what they are over at ConAppGuru.
Something we haven’t talk about in a while here in the Roundup – BIM 360 Field, here are a couple of posts from The 360 View about field. Once about RFI workflows and about field data extraction.
Here is another good post from The 360 View, this time about A360 Collaboration for Revit (some say C4R other CFR as the abbreviation).
For my residential design friends that use Revit, here’s post that walks you through making a door tag with a reporting parameter. Posted by The Architect’s Desktop
If you are reading this post from Australia, in particular Melbourne than this is for you! There is a new BIM user group in town called MelBIM. To find out more about MelBIM check out this post form TalkBIM.
Here is one more post from the 360 view that is worth a look, especially if you are new to Dynamo.
The February 2015 issue of AUGIWorld is out, check it out at AUGI.
A post about working with images in Revit, courtesy of What Revit Wants.
Here is a link to a video for tips and tricks with the Revit 2015 UI, from the IMAGINiT YouTube Channel.
The blog post that goes along with the above YouTube link can be found on the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog.
Seems like every week I find at least one new blog (or new to me), this week it was BIM Toolbox. Check the post below form then abut Dynamo and Room Access.
This next post is about a common Revit question, how big should a family be? It also includes many pictures of cats, so really has something for everyone. This post comes to use form another new blog to me Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software.
In last weeks Roundup I posted 3 links to AC (Adaptive Components) blog post from Phil-osophy in BIM, this week I post part 4
This is a very interesting (and well put together) post from the Revit Kid about using Revit for design competitions.