At the end of this month, Autodesk University will convene in Las Vegas, November 28 – December 1. This annual event is a great networking, learning and certification opportunity for both end users and software developers. Hundreds of classes will be available live and many are also offered online. For complete details visit: Autodesk University
RPC All Access plan customers now have access to a new library of Rich Photorealistic Content (RPC) from ArchVision®. This RPC collection features Nile Lily, Phormium Variegated Hosta, Butterfly Bush and more. Check out the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard. ArchVision Dashboard is available
As the Customer Service Manager of ArchVision (for nearly a decade), I am very excited to announce a new channel for customer service interaction. The ArchVision Customer Service channel offers more support options than ever before to keep our users connected to the information that they need to get the most out of their products.
The June edition of AUGIWorld arrived in my inbox yesterday. I “flipped” through the magazine and read a couple articles that caught my attention. One features Norton Healthcare, which is just down the road in Louisville, KY and the other profiles Southland Industries use of Autodesk’s Navisworks. “Navisworks Manage, from a Contractor’s Perspective” (pages 36-40)
If you’ve ever worked on filling a parking lot and had to place content one-by-one, you know the time it takes. The RPC Plug-ins for 3ds Max and AutoCAD solve that dilemma with the Mass Populate feature. It’s an easy-to-use feature which allows you to place RPC Proxies (place holders) and then easily populate them
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr9j-LNQcR4] See an RPC in the ArchVision Dashboard you want to use? Simply select, drag, and drop the RPC into a 3ds Max or AutoCAD scene. By dragging and dropping into your scene it will also by default download to your ACM. Give it a try and let us know what you think.