Archives for Revit
Autodesk talks to Architosh about its Revit on Amazon G2 instances Developer Technology Preview and what this might mean for Autodesk product strategies in the future
Following the hot swell of intense interest from last week’s post on Autodesk’s somewhat quiet news that it was expanding on its remote technology to bring popular Autodesk apps to “a browser near you”, the company has just posted a video of Revit running on FireFox on the Mac.
Autodesk, OTOY, Amazon Web Services and Nvidia provide the new abilities to power Revit–along with 3ds Max–on Apple and other platforms for the first time
Abvent releases new iVisit 3D for Autodesk 360 Rendering — offering new creative options for Autodesk Revit users
Are you excited about running Revit on a new Mac Pro under Boot Camp? You might want to really review that decision first…or switch BIM programs if it means that much to you
GRAPHISOFT adds IFC based Revit Connection Add-on to ArchiCAD
In this AIA Show report we discuss in depth our knowledge of Autodesk’s new Dynamo technologies with Vasari
Architosh reviews CadFaster Collaborate for iPad, the very well noted cloud-based mobile BIM solution for iOS iPad that brings unique features to multiple BIM authoring based users
This feature report lists BIM/CAD file formats and which apps associate themselves with each format or vice versa. This is a good shortcut guide to finding the apps you will need.
Mac and iOS CAD and 3D News: We have news tidbits on DAZ features, FileMaker 12 training, a useful energy calculator for AEC pros from Guardian and IMAGINiT Technologies news
AIA Show Floor Pictures and Notes in this first report
Autodesk launches large cloud initiative with new Autodesk Cloud service
Autodesk expands Mac support via virtualization officially with Parallels agreement. Now Autodesk customers can get official support for running programs like AutoCAD and Revit under Parallels Desktop for Mac.
Autodesk announces support for Apple’s Boot Camp technology to enable official support of Windows-based Autodesk products.
Parallels Desktop 4.0 for Mac Opens Up More Windows and Linux CAD and 3D Applications to Mac Users