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Best Practices for Revit and Enscape with Phil Read – 2 Nights Only! – May 16th @ cBIMc & May 18th @ eBIMc

Real-Time in Real-Time: Best Practices for Revit and Enscape

Presented by: Phil Read of Read | Thomas

Don’t settle for still image rendering when you can fully explore your building design from every angle and location.

Recent advances in game engines and graphics processing allows us to go from Revit to real-time in practically real time. But getting beautiful results isn’t accidental – it takes careful attention to detail often overlooked when creating still image renderings.

Let’s begin by focusing on three key areas in Revit: lighting, materials, family components. By the end of this session, you’ll be able to create beautifully compelling and time saving virtual presentations of your Revit project that improve the decision-making process of your design teams, consultants and clients.

Make sure if you are in Calgary or Edmonton on these dates that you sign-up for this free event today!

Register for cBIMc event in Calgary on Tuesday, May 16th, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm  here

Register for eBIMc event in Edmonton on Thursday, May 18th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm here.

So come out and learn more about Enscape at cBIMc or eBIMc next week!

See you there,

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