The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Dec. 4th – Dec. 10th, 2016.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post I missed from last week, but I think is worth sharing, from TangibleBIM.
Time for this week’s instalment of There’s no BIM like home.
Fewer cords mean fewer accidents on job sites, find out more in this post from the ConAppGuru Blog.
Safer Project Sites Through Battery Powered Tools
This week’s knowledge from Luke over at What Revit Wants.
Workarounds for Sharing Colour Overrides From Navisworks to BIM 360 Glue
How To Allow Duplicate Detail Numbers on a Revit Sheet (and yes it is #BadRevit)
Feel The Space – The Lumion 7 Review
Let there be colour & interior elevation’s crop in your Dynamo, thanks to sixtysecondrevit.
Override #Revit Interior Elevation’s Crop with #DynamoBIM
Keeping on the Dynamo train for those fighting over Rooms vs Spaces in Revit. (livingroomcraftz)
The December issue of AUGIWorld is now out, go get yours at AUGI.
Here are this week’s AEC/BIM Podcasts for your enjoyment.
E56 AUTODESK UNIVERSITY RECAP (BIMThoughts)
EP16 – AU2016 RECAP (The Simply Complex Podcast)
EP17 – Game Engine Technology in AECO (Part 1) (The Simply Complex Podcast)
Episode 55 – Code share with Simply Complex (RTC 2016) (The Architech Show)
LIVE at the JBKnowledge ConTechRoadshow (ConTechTrio)
Episode 46 – Julian Clayton from FieldLens (ConTechTrio)
The BIM Freak is back with part 2 of how to change the AEC Industry.
Part 2: Change in the AEC Industry (Part 1)
Here is all the news fit to be news from the world of RTC/BILT from the RTC News Blog.
BILT Asia 2017: Funding Schemes for Singapore
Europe’s Next Top 10…. Materials!
Some fun with Unity in the post from BIM Outsourcing.
Demonstration Of Unity For Autodesk Revit
Some info on what to do with the new way Autodesk delivers its Software (CADNotes)
How does the Autodesk Subscription license affect you?
This post talks about an update to the Space Planning package from the Kyle C Martin blog.
This post was another gem from practical BIM, and when shared on LinkedIn it started a good debate over the topic with Paul from Parametric Monkey. Whether you think of BIM as a tool or a process, it has come a long way. However there is always room for improvement, and one of those areas for improvement is in education, particular at the University and post-secondary level. However, all is not lost as some Universities and schools have picked up the cause and are doing great things with it (Paul pointed out a few examples and programs in his comments).
Linkedin Debate (Read all the comments)
This article takes a look at what Autodesk has to come, from AECMagazine.
Some helpful tips on linking info into your model in this post from BIM 42.
Here is this week’s news about all the Revit Add-ons you need to know, from Revit Add-ons.
The Week that was in Revit Add-ons for the Week of November 28, 2016
Roundup – For the Week of November 28, 2016, New and Updated Revit Add-ins on the Autodesk App Store (Updated)
I will end this week’s Roundup with a post for those still looking for that perfect gift for the contractor on your list, from ConstructionDive.
The 2016 construction holiday gift guide
Until next week,
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