Archives for SketchUp
A new architectural visualization solution is on the horizon called Twinmotion, or least that is the company’s name which appears based in France
In this product review Architosh looks at the new Trimble SketchUp Pro 2014, with a particular emphasis on its new BIM worthy features in open schema support and IFC 2×3 export options.
Pictures and Notes from AIA National 2014 in Chicago — we show our photos, expand our notes from discussions with the leading AEC software companies in attendance at the show
We look discuss our meeting with Trimble at AIA where we got our first hand view of Project Tango development for the company. In this article we talk about the tech behind Project Tango and its relationship with Apple
SketchUp community gains new revolutionary app called Visualizer for SketchUp from Apple graphics investment Imagination Technologies
Next Limit updates plugins for popular CAD and 3D apps for use with its updated version 3.0.1 Maxwell Render rendering engine…
SketchUp 3D Basecamp 2014 is launch time for third-party application developer Limitless Computing with its new SightSpace View plugin and mobile app
A long awaited iPad app for the popular Trimble SketchUp 3D application has arrived at 3D Basecamp 2014
V-Ray 2 for SketchUp gets its first Service Pack from the Chaos Group — adds many new features including support for SketchUp 2014
SketchUp 2014 Support for SightSpace Mobile Augmented Reality Now Available
Trimble launches new SketchUp 2014…offers speed improvements in rendered views and many new features including a WebGL based preview engine for 3D Warehouse
In this feature Product In-Depth Lon Grohs, vice president of business development, Chaos Group and Corey Rubadue, director of Chaos Group USA, speak to Architosh about the latest version of V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp, a sophisticated photorealistic rendering plugin application for Trimble’s popular SketchUp modeler.
25 New features target speed, lighting and visualization quality in new plugin, plus much more…
Cadalog offers Mac users the ability to take their SketchUp models onto their iPads
Notes and pictures from AIA Denver in and around the conventional hall