Possibly the most powerful Visualization tool of our time: Autodesk Revit live

Autodesk searches for a new frontier in Revit to conquer the visualization frontier. The Revit rendering engine has never seemed like an afterthought. It can’t compare to dedicated renderers like V-Ray, Keyshot, or Maxwell.

With the release of Revit Live, Autodesk hopes to change that with a plug-in that provides architects with a fresh new Revit, complete with visualization tools integrated seamlessly into the base program.

Why Anyone Think about Autodesk Revit Live?

It is highly appreciated by clients to go around the building before breaking ground on the project. Having gone through a lengthy and sometimes difficult process of permitting and designing, they gain confidence that the project will succeed.

Visualization of this kind strengthens the trust between designer and client and allows for a little more freedom in decision making, so clients do not have to think that everything will work out for them. As a result, they can see for themselves how things will unfold.

Features of Autodesk Revit Live

Real Time Visualization

Autodesk Revit Live allows architects and designers to create visualizations, walkthroughs, animations, and even virtual reality tours of their building models in real-time using Revit.

Users can then explore the virtual space to their heart’s content as it collects material and texture information directly from the components within the model.

With this technology, design firms can take advantage of an interactive visualization tool without investing in expensive equipment. Whenever you make changes to the model, Autodesk Revit live updates the model visualization almost immediately.

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Possibly the most powerful Visualization tool of our time: Autodesk Revit live
Published By
Arka Roy
www.bimoutsourcing.com

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