Summer of Content
June 10, 2015 Leave a comment
I’m pleased to announce that ArchVision is a Silver Sponsor of the 2015 Revit Technology Conference (RTC) in both North America and Europe where we’ll be showcasing some of our newest developments in late July (Washington, DC USA) and October (Budapest, Hungary).
Not content (see what I did there) with resting on our laurels the team at ArchVision has been working feverishly on some exciting new developments.
On the RPC front we’ll soon have a new update for Entourage Workshop that includes Autodesk Cloud Rendering support, support for RPC Planting families, and a new option for making 2D RPC geometry face the camera in Revit.
If you were in Atlanta last month for the AIA annual convention and expo I’m sure you were as blown away as I was at Chaos Groups preview of VRay for Revit. Our teams have been working together closely to make sure your RPCs flow through seamlessly. They do! Take a look at these images. Your RPCs in Revit have never looked better than when they’re rendered with VRay. If you missed AIA don’t miss RTC so you can see it for yourself!
If you haven’t stopped by the recently relaunched ArchVision Labs site you may have missed the news that we’ve been working on an RPC Plug-in for Sketchup! Been a long time coming but it was worth the wait. There are still a few things to get sorted out but we’ll be releasing this to existing customers for beta testing soon. We’ve also begun working with 3rd party Sketchup rendering partners such as Podium and VRay to ensure smooth workflows.
It’s in the Details…
We’re working to expand our content offering beyond RPC. First will be a collection of approximately 1,000 Revit Components. The Component Warehouse will be the first “Channel” of non-RPC content available leveraging a new content platform we’ve been developing (more on this soon). The components are easily browsed or searched.
Need Revit Drafting Views? Detail Warehouse is a subscription “Channel” where a small yearly fee gains you access to a library of tens of thousands of Revit Drafting Views ready to customize to your particular needs. The Detail Warehouse is a great way to get your own standards library off the ground or augment your existing library.
If you’re already registered for RTC be sure to stop by our booth on the exhibit floor to see all of these exciting new developments. It’s not too late! You can still register for RTC and be sure to register for our class: “Take Control of Your Assets (including Families and Drafting Views) – an RTC Lab!