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Trimble releases brand new SketchUp 2015—the second release of SketchUp this year!
The most famous living architect, Frank Gehry, has stated that he believed his real legacy was how his Gehry Technologies company was helping to transform the practice of architecture on a global scale. Today, Autodesk’ largest competitor just announced it has acquired Gehry Technologies, a global AEC software and consulting services company involved in many of the largest construction projects in the world.
Pictures and Notes from AIA National 2014 in Chicago — we show our photos, expand our notes from our discussions with the leading AEC software companies in attendance at the show
Mac and iOS CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on Artisan by Lightworks, Gehry Technology news and ArchiFM. Read on!
Come see Gehry Technologies’ GTeam in a new free online webinar
GTeam webinar will look at Cal Poly Pomona student and faculty led NASA Deep Space Habitat Design process using BIM technologies and GTeam by Gehry Technologies
Notes and pictures from AIA Denver in and around the conventional hall
Gehry Technologies announces Digital Project V1R5…and New York Events
Gehry Technologies updates GTeam…preps for larger files and more…
Gehry Technologies’ GTeam set for Prime Time use…now available and at great entry price point
In this feature article we learn from Gehry Technologies (GT) what their new GTeam online BIM platform is all about, including its background, development details and future
Gehry Technologies just released its GTeam and yet has already acquired Bimshare out of the Netherlands
This lofty headline may befit the advanced technological offering from Gehry Technologies
Famed architect Frank Gehry and his technology company Gehry Technologies has announced a brand new innovative software product for the entire AEC industry called GTeam
Mac CAD and 3D News: In brief we cover news of T-Splines concerning T-Splines Plugin for Rhino and Mac, SIGGRAPH, etc; plus Luxology and Gehry Technologies news.
Some Say BIM is just too darn hard. Could Apple make the most powerful tool ever vastly easier to master?