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2008.10.14

Autodesk Design Visualization and BIM tour 2008, New York City, New York

Autodesk Design Visualization and BIM tour 2008


New Event info from our friends at Autodesk, The Design Visualization and BIM Tour 2008.

New York City, New York
Tuesday, October 7
Venue: Experience Music Project
Autodesk Design Visualization and BIM tour 2008, New York City, New York

Attend the Design Visualization & BIM Tour to learn how to more effectively explore, validate and communicate your design concepts.

Being able to experience a building before it is built is fundamental to building design. How people will perceive your building is just as crucial as energy consumption and building integrity. Design visualizations are vital to predicting the effect the building will have on those who use it.

To increase their ability to compete and win more projects, many leading firms are using photo-realistic and non-photo-realistic renderings and animated walk throughs that are tied to their evolving designs in AutoCAD or Revit Architecture software.

Register for this Design Visualization & BIM seminar to better understand how these types of design visualizations are now becoming standard among industry leaders. You will:

  • See a project overview from award-winning, global architectural firm, Aedas, and
  • Learn about the digital continuity between Autodesk 3ds Max Design and the Revit products.

Whether you are interested in design visualization for in-process design reviews, lighting simulations or marketing material, attend this seminar to learn how you use the right tools to win more business.

Click here for more info: Design Visualization & BIM: Explore, Validate, Communicate

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