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In this In-Depth feature Akos Pfemeter, Director of Global Marketing and Tibor Szolnoki, ArchiCAD Product Manager, of Graphisoft Hungary, have spoken to Architosh about ArchiCAD 15. It’s new advance form-making capabilities, renovation workflow and its 3D working environment are all covered in detail.
VisualARQ introduced as new architectural modeling extension for Rhino. Mac OS X version aimed at Rhino 5.
In this In-Depth feature article Architosh delves into many of the key details of the new solidThinking Inspired 8.0 computer-aided industrial design (CAID) and styling application. Inspire includes the new “morphogenesis” technology which ships as an additional module to the base product. Alex Mazzardo, co-founder of solidThinking and now VP of Product Strategy and Marketing, discusses this landmark release.
Russian LEDAS Ltd, has announced the availability of a native Mac version of the popular Driving Dimensions plugin for Google SketchUp after porting their LGS software technologies to the Mac OS X platform.
Modelur is a new parametric modeling application add-on to SketchUp that addresses urban design. In contrast to traditional CAD tools, where the building is described by its width, length and height, Modelur uses parametric rules to derive design based on a combination of desired final parameters.
Procedural Inc. of Switzerland creates CityEngine for Mac, Windows and Linux – Unique specialized software helps generate complex urban models in 1/10 the time of traditional software. CityEngine features world’s first Shape Grammar implementation.
In this product review Architosh looks at Graphisoft’s ArchiCAD 12, the industry’s leading BIM (building information modeling) solution used worldwide by architects and building AEC professionals.
Google announces SketchUp 7 and LayOut 2 – Big Update includes new Dynamic Components and Live Linking of Model Data to LayOut 2
In this interview, which took place in Baltimore this past Friday, Dr. Biplab Sarkar, CTO, Nemetschek North America, sits down with Architosh editor, Anthony Frausto-Robledo, to discuss the biggest news about VectorWorks 2009: Parasolid