The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Feb. 22nd – 28th, 2015.
I will start this weeks Roundup with a post from the BIM Jedi that’s about AR and VR.
Here are a couple quick little posts from Revit OpEd worth a check.
This is a neat post from What Revit Wants about a white paper created by Andy Black.
This next post is from ConAppGuru about what Apps for Construction to watch in 2015.
This is an interesting post from Revit OpEd. I’ve always talked about the invert colour option for Revit (when bring in CAD files) but never did the work to see what the inverted colour really are.
This is a new blog to me, BIM BOOM BAM, but I think this is a good post about making Revit/BIM more complicated than it needs to be.
Here are some Tips & Tricks for Revit, from CAD Shack, enjoy.
Here is a great article about BIM services (and scope creep) from Practical BIM.
Here is a quick and add-in free way to set your 3D view Scope box, check it out over at What Revit Wants.
Have you ever wanted to create a space planning diagram in Revit? If so then check out this post from Revittize
This next post is from the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog, and its about Revit family origins.
Here is a post for you Bluebeam users out there, from Carol’s Construction Technology Blog.
Autodesk has gratuated a product from it’s labs to beta, and if you like reality capture then you should check it out while its still free. Learn more about Memento from this blog post from In The Fold.
Here is another, but more indepth post from Revit OpEd, about Toposurface.
More about Topography and Revit, this time with the help of Dynamo, see the post the blog Enjoy Revit.
Here are some more great tip about Dynamo from Marcello over at Simply Complex
I will end this weeks Roundup with a post about BIM and Team work from BIMbicycle.