The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Nov. 26th – Dec. 2nd, 2017.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post written by Marcello Sgambelluri and published on the Redshift blog about Next-Gen VR.
Next-Gen Virtual Reality Will Let You Create From Scratch—Right Inside VR
Another good post from Redshift this week on girls who code.
Girls Who Code Is Working to Bridge the Gender Gap in Tech
Like most week Luke was busy over at What Revit Wants with 4 posts, all are worth the trip to read, but below is my favourite of the week.
C4R Best Practices for Performance and Improving Sync Speed
Here is another post about C4R, this time from CADZulu.
COLLABORATION FOR REVIT (C4R) – OVERVIEW & A BRIEF GUIDE FOR IT
So how do you think 3d has changed Architectural design? (XS CAD)
How 3D Software Has Changed Architectural Design
Some more love for FormIt from The Architect’s Digital Design Guide
The One About Topography in FormIt (Module a)
It has been a few weeks since AU 2017, but we are still getting a few posts about all the fun stuff that went on.
Autodesk University 2017 (AECbytes Blog)
AU 2017: Talking Construction Technology & BIM 360 Forge Integrations with Smartvid.io (Connect & Construct)
This weeks news from the RTC News Blog.
HKIBIM Conference: Many People. Much Interest. Such Wow.
Will BILT ANZ 2018 be the best BILT ever?
Remember to keep on top of all Dan’s awesome posts from the week on his blog BIM Chapters
BIM Chapters Update – Week of 26 November 2017
What to create a solid sweep with Dynamo, Marcello will show you how in this post from this blog Simply Complex.
CREATE A SOLID SWEEP IN DYNAMO
Here are a couple of podcasts from this week from the world of AEC worth a listen
AEC CONFERENCE EDITION – EP012 – AUTODESK UNIVERSITY RECAP PART 1 (Simply Complex Podcast)
ConTechCrew 97: The Power of Business Intelligence for Construction with Jason Ramsey from Construction BI (The ConTechCrew)
I will end this week’s Roundup with some news about Autodesk and it’s most recent restructuring. (San Francisco Business Times)
San Rafael-based software company Autodesk to slash nearly 1,200 jobs in restructuring
Until Next Week,
LinkedIn: Carl Storms
Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast