Posts Tagged ‘Design’

by Calvin Hennick  from AECBytes. Throughout the world we’re seeing a trend toward the adoption of BIM—Building Information Modeling—across the architecture, engineering and construction [AEC] industries,  as more companies respond to growing requirements for BIM.  Also driving BIM adoption is the realization that a BIM workflow offers benefits in better project team collaboration.  As a […]


by Kimon Onuma @ BIMStorm Within our lifetime, we have seen amazing advancements in technology that dramatically change how we work and live. Much of this has even occurred within the last 5 to 10 years. One of the most exciting aspects of this trend is when radical, new, disruptive approaches are invented to tackle […]


by Randall Stevens We have to change and get serious about innovation.  If we don’t, someone will do it for us.  That’s not a position you want to find yourself in.  Better to lead than stick your head in the sand or expend energy protecting the status quo. Listening to that interview this week actually […]


by Ian Stewart @ The Teleghaph/Business The world’s first operational police robot stands at attention in downtown Dubai Most of us entertain rather ambivalent feelings about technology. We love the way in which new products and services make our lives easier and more enjoyable. But many of us also worry that the next wave of […]


by Phillip Keane @ Engineers.com Autodesk BIM 360 Ops, according to its blurb, is a “mobile first maintenance management” tool designed to allow contractors and building owners to streamline the handover process, as well as the operations of the building once construction is complete. Formerly known as Autodesk Building Ops, the application allows real time maintenance alerts […]


MUNDO BIM Este año EDILIZIA MUNDO BIM te da la posibilidad de diseñar tu curso ideal. Podés realizar cursos enteros, elegir áreas temáticas o asistir a clases individuales de tu interés.


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by Sheila Kim @ ARCHITIZER Vectorworks: No Glasses Needed for AR/VR Views The developer behind the popular Vectorworks Architect software showcased recent updates and improvements to its BIM modeling and work-flow tools. But the biggest highlights were, of course, in augmented and virtual reality, which no longer require goggles, Google cardboard or any other VR […]


by Cheyenne McDonalds Not long before his death, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs envisioned ‘building the best office building in the world.’ And, with elaborate glass canopies, a two-story yoga room, a 4,000 person café with four-story glass doors, and even patented pizza boxes to prevent food from getting soggy, Apple’s highly-anticipated ‘mothership’ headquarters could soon […]


MIT Media Lab’s Mediated Matter Group created three iridescent columns that explore the capabilities of its second-generation 3D glass printing technology. By WANDA LAU Paula Aguilera and Jonathan WilliamsView of the brilliant caustic footprints created by the changing glass profiles. In 2015, an interdisciplinary research team led by MIT Media Lab’s Mediated Matter Group introduced […]