Continuing from the last episode, Marcello and Joe round up their RTC Europe discussions.
Hello again. It's been a while hasn't it? In this episode, it's a code share with Simply Complex, a podcast by Marcello Sgambelluri for the simple solutions to complex problems in the AEC-O industry.
This episode Marcello and Joe talk about RTC Europe 2016 in Portugal and all the interesting talks and events that happened.
We're all back and Greg has a top 10 list of Revit add-ins that he puts to Greg for his opinion.
1. Ideate BIM Link
Easily link your Revit data to Excel. Starts at $850 (USD).
2. Coins Auto-Section Box
Cool enhancements for the already super-useful Section Box tool. Free.
3. Navisworks Exporter
Export Revit to Navisworks NWC format. Free.
4. Palladio X BIM Windows Layout
Manage and arrange your open Revit windows. Free.
5. RTV Xporter Pro
Batch export and print from Revit. Starts at $49 (USD).
6. Case Free apps
A variety of productivity apps. Free.
Very cool visual programming environment for Revit. Really powerful. Free.
8. Color By Number
Display parameter values by color in any view. Starts at $99 (USD).
9. Clark Dietrich Wall Type Creator
Automatically create information-rich wall types. Free.
Sophisticated program, room and FF&E tools. Contact for pricing.
This week is the second part of the interview that Joe did at RTC Australasia recently with Nicholas Broadbent and Marcello Sgambelluri.
A special episode of the show this week and next week, Joe was at RTC Australasia recently and nabbed Nicholas Broadbent and Marcello Sgambelluri for an interview. In the first part they discuss being a speaker at events such as RTC and the preparation that goes behind the talks you may see at such events.
This episode we talk about the passing of Zaha Haddid, lead poisoning and whether CAD applications have a certain trait that you can spot when you see a building or the drawings. Can you tell which application the building was modelled in because of its quirks?
Thank you! We did it! Episode 50. This week Joe brings us up to date on BrisBIM, the upcoming RTC conference and all the goodies that have come in the just released Revit 2017. The number one feature that got Greg interested... depth to elevations!
We move the discussion to the Living room this episode and what its use is. This leads to a discussion about preparing the room for the future such as Virtual Reality with the recent releases of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Continuing our series on rooms, we move to the kitchens discussing design decisions for a kitchen, kitchens of the future and a wish list of what we want in our kitchens.
This week we continue the series about Rooms in Architecture and focus on the bathroom. Actually, Greg has curated a list of bad bathroom gadgets and we have a chat about these crazy inventions.