Archive for September, 2016

RUGwell – Wednesday 28th September 2016

September 28, 2016

Please join us at Aurecon for this months meeting
Another chance to catch up and get your monthly dose of Revit enlightenment, while checking out Aurecon’s new offices. Please let us know if you can come by sending your RSVP

First presentation:
The Low Down on LOD

Kevin Thickett – Aurecon
Suitable for all Revit & Revit LT users.
Level of Development (LOD) has always been a bit a of a sticking point in many BIM plans as it has been quite hard to define or follow in a meaningful way.
However, a lot has happened with the next round of development of the NZ BIM Handbook and the CIC Guidelines. Kevin will take a practical look at these developments and what it means to you.

Second Presentation:
The Democratization of 3D Model Viewing

Grant Taylor – Caduceus
Suitable for all Revit & Revit LT users.
As Revit users, we know how powerful working in 3d can be and the greater insight it can give to decision making. Yet it has never really been that easy to get the 3d model out to our customers and other stakeholder in a meaningful way. Special software and translation processes have all been barriers both at the authoring end and for the end user.
WebGL is changing all that by making it dead easy for anyone to view and work with 3d models in standard web browsers and on almost and device, without having to do much else other than clicking on a link.
Lets look at the tools available to you that make it easier than ever to get your 3d models out there for others to get excited about.

Many thanks to Aurecon who are kindly hosting and sponsoring this event.

Wed 28 September 2016
@ Aurecon
Spark Building
Level 8
42-52 Willis St, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand
*Please use the Willis St entrance*
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5.30pm – for a 6pm start
Please do not arrive before5:30
Finishing at 7:30pm
If you arrive late and can’t get in, TXT Grant on 021 677784

RSVP to Grant

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Grant Taylor, Kevin Thickett & Michael Warwick