Revit Model Comparison Tool – Demo/Tutorial

Revit ModelComparison from Francis on Vimeo. The Model Comparison tool is a little known Subscription Advantage Enhancement with one very powerful function. One often encounters scenarios during the course of a project where one is faced with multiple versions of

Revit Model Comparison Tool – Demo/Tutorial

Revit ModelComparison from Francis on Vimeo. The Model Comparison tool is a little known Subscription Advantage Enhancement with one very powerful function. One often encounters scenarios during the course of a project where one is faced with multiple versions of

Having Fun with Autodesk Sketchbook Designer for the I-Pad

Sketchbook Designer 2013 from parametric analytics on Vimeo. Move over paper napkin! The I-pad (or android device) is here!* This video is a little test run to see if my rusty sketching skills** would get any better on an I-pad.

Having Fun with Autodesk Sketchbook Designer for the I-Pad

Sketchbook Designer 2013 from parametric analytics on Vimeo. Move over paper napkin! The I-pad (or android device) is here!* This video is a little test run to see if my rusty sketching skills** would get any better on an I-pad.

Revit+Showcase = Classy Design Presentations with minimal Effort

One of the neat things about using Revit is the fact that most Building components that come with the software or provided by manufacturers have Parametric Material information;  In this context ‘parametric’ simply means that one is able to change

Revit+Showcase = Classy Design Presentations with minimal Effort

One of the neat things about using Revit is the fact that most Building components that come with the software or provided by manufacturers have Parametric Material information;  In this context ‘parametric’ simply means that one is able to change

Societal Priorities???? (An analysis of Google Auto-Complete by Bob)

Originally posted on The Bob Angle:
Back in late 1990s, soon after the Internet entered the public consciousness, some of the search engines of the day (Web Crawler, Lycos, Infoseek, Alta Vista) had pages showing a real-time, unfiltered search feed.…

Societal Priorities???? (An analysis of Google Auto-Complete by Bob)

Originally posted on The Bob Angle:
Back in late 1990s, soon after the Internet entered the public consciousness, some of the search engines of the day (Web Crawler, Lycos, Infoseek, Alta Vista) had pages showing a real-time, unfiltered search feed.…

Test: Cloud Rendering in Revit 2012

In a time when ‘to the cloud’ is a common refrain in the tech room, Cloud Rendering is an obvious ‘Duh..!’ Well, it is a reality (finally!) with Revit and other Autodesk products such as 3D Max Design and AutoCAD. My primary interest being

Test: Cloud Rendering in Revit 2012

In a time when ‘to the cloud’ is a common refrain in the tech room, Cloud Rendering is an obvious ‘Duh..!’ Well, it is a reality (finally!) with Revit and other Autodesk products such as 3D Max Design and AutoCAD. My primary interest being

Adaptive Components: Everyday usage for Irregular Windows

This excercise is a simple demonstration of the power of Adaptive Components to aid quick and easy design studies (including quantification) using Revit without going through the process of creating intricate, documentation-grade component families for them. Use this tutorial as the

Adaptive Components: Everyday usage for Irregular Windows

This excercise is a simple demonstration of the power of Adaptive Components to aid quick and easy design studies (including quantification) using Revit without going through the process of creating intricate, documentation-grade component families for them. Use this tutorial as the

Tired of the New AutoCAD 2012 Interface???

Maybe its nostalgia, maybe its the feeling of the ‘Emperor’s New clothes’. Whatever it may be, I’m sure most of us share a ‘love-hate’ relationship with AutoCAD. If you have upgraded from 2008 or earlier versions to the latest version

Tired of the New AutoCAD 2012 Interface???

Maybe its nostalgia, maybe its the feeling of the ‘Emperor’s New clothes’. Whatever it may be, I’m sure most of us share a ‘love-hate’ relationship with AutoCAD. If you have upgraded from 2008 or earlier versions to the latest version