The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of June 14th – June 20th, 2015.
I’m going start this weeks Roundup with some great news, BIMThoughts is back for Season 2! This season BIMThoughts as a new member Marcello Sgambelluri. You can hear Episode 1 of Season 2 on the BIMThoughts website or on your favorite PodCast player.
Speaking of Podcast I have found another great one that is totally worth checking out. It’s called Designalyze and is hosted by Brian Ringley and Zach Downey (Designalyze.com) Check out the latest one with the team at Dynamo.
This is always handy to have (even more so if you are in the UK) from Autodesk Revit Structure.
This next post is from ConAppGuru about his experience as a co-presenter at the AGC last week in Georgia.
Here is a cool post about using Revit, Dynamo, and a CNC to fabricate a roof (in theory) from Revit beyond BIM.
Here is another quick post about Dynamo and things you can “bake” with it from What Revit Wants.
And here is one more tweet about Dynamo, just in case you don’t know Morse Code, yup you guest it Dynamo can do that too. (Andreas Dieckmann)
This next post is about the 10 must have mobile apps fro Architects, see if you agree (arch20).
Here is a quick Revit tip about renumbering that comes to us from RVIT.
Here is what’s been going this week in the world of RTC from RTC News Blog.
Now for something for all the Bluebeam folks out there in blog land, from Carol’s Construction Technology Blog.
What is the Future of AEC, or maybe a better question should be what SHOULD the future of AEC be? Take a look at this post from BIM + Integrated Design to see their thoughts.
Are you feeling a little Philosophic? Then check out this post from ArchSmarter.
Ever wonder how Augmented Reality might change Construction, with the folks at bridgit did and came up with 3 ways.
Have you ever gazed into a crystal ball and wondering why parameters are so mystifying (OK I haven’t either but that was a great lead in) well become demystified after reading this post from CAD Panacea.
If you are just getting use to the new Autodesk Account from the old Autodesk Subscription Center, then this post from MicrosolResources Blog might be handy.
If you or your company work with Scanning for BIM then you should drop by ThinkBIM and fill out this quick survey.
What to remove Autodesk 360, well then this is how it should be done (IMAGINiT Support Blog).
Here is a neat little bit of info I didn’t know about Revit from What Revit Wants.
Here is a post from AECbytes Blog about the Autodesk AEC Summit.
If you have been working with BIM for a while now you have likely heard the term IPD (Integrated Project Delivery) as kind of the “Next Step” in the BIM process. This next post is about some of the problems with IPD, from Brent Darnell International.
Now back to some Revit content, this time form Revit OpEd about Detail Items in Revit.
Here is a post from landarchBIM Blog about spot elevations on curved surfaces.
Have you ever installed Autodesk Software, if you have then you know that anything and everything can go wrong! To help out with your next install check out this post from Microsol Resources Blog.
Here is this weeks edition of the Guru’s Gathering from ConAppGuru.
This is a cool post for those that use Revit and CNC’s, from The Building Coder.
This next post is from a new to me blog called Revit.COM.AU, check it out.
This is an update post for the Revit Shared Parameter Viewer by RevitNetAddinWizard
Here is a tip via YouTube for an everyday use of Dynamo from Cesar Escalante.
Here is another everyday tip for Revit using Dynamo, this time for worksets from sixtysecondrevit.
Here is another blog post, this time from Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software about Dynamo and worksets.
Check out this new Revit Add-in from Tony Gates now in the Autodesk Exchange Apps website, that lets you see things in the model but they don’t print (plot).
Head over to The BIM Jedi for to read about and watch what happened at the CanBIM event in Toronto last week.
Here are a copy of post for the Revit Structural folks in the crowd from BIM and Beam.
You can now earn a badge for completing your High Performance Building Design Courses through Autodesk, learn more at the Building Performance Analysis Blog.
Here are 3 post from this weeks FormIt 360 Blog for you to check out.
This post from It’s Alive in the Lab is about an update and fix to the installer for the Solar Analysis Add-in for Revit that is available in the Labs.
For all the information on what was updated or new this week in Revit Apps check out the Revit Add-ons blog.
If you have had some trouble finding the browser download option in your Autodesk Accounts you are not along (Autodesk made some changes) learn more at Up and Ready.
I’m going to end this weeks roundup with a bit of a cheeky post from Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software to help us men remember the difference between Instance parameters vs Type parameters…….click the link to find out what I mean.