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One of Japan and the world’s largest construction companies will be implementing a very large scale deployment of BIMx Docs across the company’s owned tablet computers—BIMx Docs runs exclusively on iOS devices with Android support coming later in 2014
In one of the most dedicated software products in the market for architects, BQE has announced ArchiOffice 2014 to help practices gain more control and mastery of their office and project financials and project management.
Autodesk updates its 123D Design application for Apple iOS devices…
New iPad and iPhone app for viewing JSON 3D files from TFTLabs
A long awaited iPad app for the popular Trimble SketchUp 3D application has arrived at 3D Basecamp 2014
GRAPHISOFT updates BIMx Docs licensing options with sharing BIMx Docs with clients on its iPad app
Come see Gehry Technologies’ GTeam in a new free online webinar
Apple’s market-leading iPhones and iPads just got a little bit better–in the near future. New OpenGL ES 3.1 has been released and iOS and other mobile operating systems will be able to tap its power in the new feature
Read, Listen, View, Download, Annotate almost anything on the iPad.
Far more powerful processing in the cloud is the primary benefit in the new update to Vectoworks Cloud Services and Nomad v.2.6
Mac and iOS CAD & 3D News: So today we have news tidbits on Nomad, V-Ray’s latest newsletter and the work of Amir–check it out–and Greyscalegorilla’s latest HDRI Studio Pack V1.9 update.
Nemetschek bim+ has officially launched and with a very capable online and iPad based collaboration suite of BIM tools
Come see GRAPHISOFT’S new BIMx Docs showcased within a BIM workflow at the next BSA ArchiCAD user group meeting in Boston this February
Mac and iOS News: We have tidbits on FileMaker’s recent 1 million achievement, CadFaster iPad and Vue news
In this product review Architosh looks at GRAPHISOFT’S latest mobile app, the iOS-based BIMx Docs. BIMx was the first iteration of a BIM model viewing app with game-like walk-thru mode navigation, “gravity” based sensitivity–so that the walking experience felt as real as possible (no walking through walls like in the movie “Ghost”)–and door recognition. Now BIMx Docs extends on that solid base adding 2D documents and marrying the two types of viewing and navigation experiences.