Autodesk, Case Technologies, and the Volterra-Detroit Foundation led a two-week project to 3D scan key historical and archaeological sites in the ancient city of Volterra in Italy. An international team of architects, engineers, historians and students used innovative technologies including drones, photogrammetry, and laser scanning reality capture techniques, together with Autodesk ReCap 360 software, to digitally record the city’s buildings, roads and artefacts.
In a video, Carl Storms, a building design application expert with IMAGINiT Technologies, reveals best practices for Autodesk Revit. Storms offers a countdown of the “Top 5 User Fails for Autodesk Revit.”
Leica Geosystems announced at Autodesk University 2016 the BLK360, a miniaturized black 3D imaging laser scanner that will be bundled with Autodesk’s ReCap 360 Pro and the new ReCap 360 Pro app for iPad.
At Autodesk University, HP Inc. unveiled the world’s first mini workstation. The new HP Z2 Mini Workstation is only 2.3 inches high and 90 percent smaller than a traditional business-class tower.
3D Robotics, makers of Site Scan — a full-stack commercial drone platform — announced the launch of Building Information Modeling (BIM) capabilities within Site Scan.
Autodesk and RIB Software AG announced a joint-effort to deliver next-generation 5D building information modeling (BIM)
Dodge Data & Analytics and Autodesk have initiated a collaboration to advance workflow integration and interoperability for design and construction industry professionals.
In October, Autodesk announced its latest LIVE release, currently in beta, that, with a second click in the LIVE editor or LIVE viewer, toggles virtual reality (VR) viewing on and off.