The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff – for the week of Oct. 18th – Oct. 24th, 2015.
I will start this week’s Roundup off with the release of Revit 2016 R2, head over to the BIMmuse blog to learn more about Christmas in October.
Still talking about R2 (not D2) find out more over at the Inside the Factory Blog.
More info about the new release of Revit 2016 – R2, this time from the blog of Applying Technology to Architecture.
More info on the updated Revit 2016 R2 release, this time from the In The Fold Blog.
How about 20 videos about the new features of Revit 2016 R2, well here you go, from the Autodesk Solution YouTube Channel.
Still more info on Revit 2016 R2 (Project Sunrise) this time from Revit OpEd.
The posts about Revit 2016 R2 keep coming, this time from BIMopedia.
Here is the top 3 new features in Revit 2016 R2 as listed by What Revit Wants
Still want more on Revit 2016 R2, well here you go this time from BIM Toolbox.
Here is a post from Revit Structure Learning Curve with his thought son Revit 2016 R2.
Here are a couple of post from the IMAGINiT Support Blog. One about Revit 2016 R2, and one able ALL the updates to Revit back to 2012.
Some more info on Revit 2016 R2, this time from the Revit Clinic.
The hits just keep on coming, lets spin the latest and greatest from The Revit Saver about the topic of the day Revit 2016 R2!
Have you been looking for some videos on creating linetypes in ACAD? well look no further and head over to CADpro Tips.
Now time for all the news that’s fit to be news from the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
How about some more “weird stuff” from the world of stairs in Revit, from none other than the RevitCat.
Here are a couple of helpful posts from the folks at the Synergis Blog…..one for ACAD and one for Revit (and Point Layout).
I know its been a while, but if you are still wondering what’s new in Revit 2016 here is a post from Engineering.com.
Here is a follow-up post on how to show a demolition door in curtain wall from Learning Revit.
This week there was a new podcast from the team at Designalyze, well one of the team and a special co-host.
For all you landscape architects this ones fro you, compliments of landarchBIM Blog.
Lets take a look at Revit Recovery files, head over to RVIT for all the 411.
This next post is about the possibility of automating code compliance in the AEC world. (AECbytes Blog).
Here is this weeks addition of the Guru’s Gatherings from the ConAppGuru Blog.
Collaboration for Revit (C4R) has been out for almost a year now, and there are versions fro Revit 2015 & 2016. However if you have not used it yet, or are just thinking about starting then you should check out this review post from Hagerman and Company Blog.
Who doesn’t like Free……well if you like free then you should check out this post from the Revit Kid, about a free Revit for Fabrication online class.
This week there was another update for A360 (and A360 Team) released that give users comments and snapshots! (A360 Blog).
This week Autodesk released a trailer for it’s upcoming “Project Alexandria”, check it out at Beyond Design (Spoiler there are NO spoilers lots of fluff and no new info.)
How about some Dynamo love for the MEP folks out there, check it out at BIM42.
There was an update fro the Lighting and Analysis for Revit (LAR) Add-in this week which allows for custom daylighting. (Building Performance Analysis).
More about the update to LAR, this time form Jarod Schultz Blog.
The Dynamo Primer is now Open Source, learn more over at the Dynamo Blog.
If you like the Hardware side of BIM, then you should check out this post from the Mistress of the Dorkness about the Lenovo P700.
I will end this weeks Roundup with something I’m sure everyone has seen by know, but totally worth a 2nd, or 50th look! (Star Wars YouTube Channel)