The Architech Show

Architecture and Technology podcast hosted by Joe Banks, Greg Lamb and Willis Lim

Episode 74 - Bonus Track

March 12th, 2019

This episode Greg, Joe and Willis talk about the latest trend in bendy foldable phones and Willis geeks out explaining what the terminology is behind the camera tech in smart phones and what it means.


Energizer Power Max P18K Pop


Energizer Power Max P8100S


Samsung Galaxy Fold


Huawei Mate X


Nokia 9


How Phase Detection autofocus works


Slow Mo Guys filmed lightning


Weird Lightning types

Episode 73 - Here’s some other podcasts to listen to

March 4th, 2019

Joe and Willis are back after a very long hiatus. They discuss travelling in Nashville and also their favourite podcasts that they listen to, which you should while waiting for another episode of The Architech Show!




Infinite Monkey Cage:


The Bugle:

More Perfect:

Dan Carlins Hardcore History:

The Alice Fraser Trilogy:

Billy West Podcast:

Ted Radio Hour:

Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend:

Freakonomics Radio:

Episode 72 - Hank PIM (Project Information Management)

August 2nd, 2018

This episode Joe, Nick and Willis talk about PIM (project information management) and software for PIM, specifically Newforma. What is PIM, how will it save me time and our organisation money? If you were waiting for the episode where Willis does more than just introduce the show then this is the one for you!

Episode 71 - Intro to VDI

July 5th, 2018

This episode Joe and Willis are joined by guest Nick Broadbent to discuss VDI, what it is and how it can improve collaboration in the AEC industry. If you currently use VDI in your organisation, are thinking about it or have some questions, send a tweet to Joe (@j_bim), Nick (@nick_broady) or Willis (@willislim).


Episode 69 - Interview with Dan Stine

September 4th, 2017

This week Joe and Nick interview super interesting Minnesota resident Dan Stine, author of 11 Revit books about all things Revit, regular conference speaker, lecturer and all around good guy. Things get off topic very fast but stick with us as we cover conferences, teaching, writing, VR, PC cooling systems and the town of Fargo.

Episode 68 - Real Time Rendering Engines

July 18th, 2017

This week Joe gives us the ins and outs of real time rendering engines, the advances over the past couple of years and why you could possibly do it all in-house.



Episode 67 - War stories, social media and gaming engines

July 3rd, 2017

This week Joe and Willis are joined by special guest Nick Broadbent from BIM Edge who shares some war stories from the battlefield, lessons learned along with social media and gaming engines.

Episode 66 - BILT 2017 Australia

June 14th, 2017

This week Joe gives us the run down from the BILT 2017 conference in Adelaide a couple of weeks ago. He reports back on the talks he presented, the people he saw and things that peaked his interest.

Episode 65 - Like a BLK, the son of a Gosling

May 29th, 2017

This week Joe, Greg and Willis about the Leica BLK, the smallest imaging laser scanner, its applications which leads into discussions about drones, modelling from aerial imaging and surveyors. Joe gives a quick 3 takeaways from BILT2017 which was held in Adelaide last week.

Episode 64 - I WannaCry

May 16th, 2017

This week Willis, Joe and Greg talk about WannaCry, the ransomware that has been spreading like a wildfire in the past week and the importance of patching and keeping your systems up to date. As the car industry tries to catch up with better user interfaces for their systems, is this something that can be solved purely through software?

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