The BIMsider’s favourite posts from the world of BIM – for the week of Apr. 14th – Apr. 20th, 2019.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post for those still wondering which sessions to register for at #BILTNA this July in Seattle as part of the Digital Built Week by DBEI. Well, the fine folks at BIM Track have got your back with a list of great classes still available, but better act fast!
BIM Track at BiLT-NA
2) Thanks to Harry and Boost your BIM Revit lookup 2020 is now out, be sure to check out the Weekly Roundup Special Edition – Revit 2020
Revit Lookup for Revit 2020
3) In case you missed any of Dan’s posts this week on his blog BIM Chapters here is his weekly recap.
BIM Chapters Update – Week of 14 April 2019
4) It has been a while, but we get a new post from livingroomscraftz this week, and it was worth the wait.
On a faraway beach…
5) Now for a couple posts dealing with AR/VR
[Innovation] From BIM 360 to virtual reality (The Village BIM Blog – French Language)
COLLABORATE IN VR AND AR WITH THE WILD’S REVIT ADD-IN (revitIQ)
6) All the news you need to know from the world of BILT from the DBEI News Blog.
DTS SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT: JAROD SCHULTZ
7) If you render as part of your Architectural process then this post is for you. (XS CAD)
How Architectural Rendering Contributes to Design Development
8) Let’s get the tip train rolling this week with this post from the Construction Productivity Blog.
10 Expert Tips for Construction Document Control
9) If you are looking to learn some new skills, there are a lot of great options that came available (or announced) this week.
2019 workshop series kicks-off (Parametric Monkey)
DIY Dynamo – Spring 2019 Opening Soon… (The Revit Kid)
Free Advanced Dynamo Course from DiRoots (DiRoots LinkedIn Page)
Using Refinery to optimize a Dynamo graph using Space Analysis for pathfinding and visibility (Through the Interface)
10) I will end this week’s Roundup with this very interesting interview from the Revit Add-ons blog.
Exclusive – Interview with Ehsan Iran Nejad, Author of pyRevit
Bonus) One more quick post from Hagerman & Company Blog about Dynamo with a video too.
Fun with Dynamo
Until next week,
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Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast