Renderings - Not Just Pretty Pictures

Michael Zeeveld

Architecture and Engineering, All, Model, Zeeveld, Consulting, Blog, Image, Visualization Leave a comment

Most people will see a rendered image and say “that nice” or “that’s pretty”, thinking it’s just like a photograph. Some may think a rendered visualization is a one-off image, stagnant and…

Visualization - Still Renderings (Part 2 in a Series)

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, 3ds Max, Rendering, Revit, Construction, Visualization Leave a comment

The most basic of all visualization mediums is a simple rendering. While you can certainly generate very powerful and compelling still images in Revit with no additional software necessary, bringing…

Visualization - What is it?

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, Animation, Rendering, Virtual Reality, Construction, Augmented Reality, Visualization Leave a comment

The word "Visualization" gets used a lot these days, but what does it really mean? It's actually a fairly nebulous term, and can include all kinds of graphic communication tools and methods, from a…

Revit Cloud Rendering - Samples and Webinar Date

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, Rendering, Revit, Webinar, Construction, Cloud, Visualization Leave a comment

On February 7 - at 12:30 PM Eastern Time, I will be conducting a 45-60 minute webinar on Cloud Rendering with Autodesk Revit. Here are some sample images from the webinar. To register (it's FREE), go…

Understanding Appearance Assets in the Revit Material Editor

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, materials, Rendering, Revit, Construction, Assets, Visualization Leave a comment

Appearance assets are the component of a Revit material that tells it what it looks like when it's rendered. However what many users don't realize is that the appearance asset is actually not a part…

Stung by Stingray?

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, Rendering, Stingray, Construction, Visualization Leave a comment

Autodesk Stingray is a relatively new addition to the Autodesk visualization toolset. Essentially it is a game engine, and what makes it especially compelling for building visualization is that it…

Sharing Inventor Files - Part 2 - Exporting Us

Dave Morse

All, Manufacturing, Publish Vault dwf files, Vault Export Visualization files, Define visualization attachment options, Image, Inventor, Vault Settings, Visualization Leave a comment

Today's post will comprise of Part 2, in my 3-part series on using Inventor to export your models and drawings to visualization files.  In part 1 I illustrated the steps necessary to produce image…

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