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BIM Troublemaker: Spring is in the Air!

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Tuesday, 09 February 2010 14:11

The BIM Troublemaker blog is one that I follow regularly. This guy is always looking for new and creative ways to push the boundaries of 3D family models. In his latest exploit, he models a fantastic spring within Revit. "Why?" you may ask. Well, why not?!

At the end of the blog post there are even links to the actual family models, so you can play along with the files. That's why we like this blog so much.

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AUGI World: Jan / Feb 2010 issue

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Monday, 08 February 2010 17:00

The Jan / Feb issue of the excellent AUGI World e-zine is available for viewing and download. If you haven't come across AUGI World yet, you're missing out on some great Revit info.

This issue features an excellent primer on Revit Phases.

Click here to access the Jan / Feb 2010 issue of AUGI World

   

goBIM: Bringing BIM & Revit models to the iPhone

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Friday, 05 February 2010 15:33

Got an iPhone? Use Revit? Have you ever dreamt of viewing your Revit models on your iPhone when you're on site or at a design team meeting? Well, it's going to happen and the time is now!

The Team over at goBIM have an application for the iPhone which works in conjunction with a Revit Exporter, to load basic files onto your phone. This is going to be a real productivity tool for designers, project managers and contractors.

Click here to check out goBIM

   

AECBytes: BIM and the Cloud

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Friday, 05 February 2010 12:43

I think most people have heard of the term "Cloud Computing" or "The Cloud" by now, probably in the context of personal computing (think Google, DropBox, etc). But what about putting high-performance graphic workstations up into the Cloud? The AECBytes website has an article on how one firm (Little Diversified Architectural Consulting) is doing just that.

"In general, most of the current discussion around cloud computing has been dealing with the servers (or back-end systems).  Only recently have businesses begun to put their desktops and workstations into the cloud. Little’s cloud is the first AEC workstation cloud in production and is on track to reduce our workstation and laptop hardware expense by 67% ($2M) over the next 10 years"

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