Showcase software is included in Building Design Suites software but it is not widely used. This session will show you how to migrate your Revit software building models into Showcase software effectively, which enables easy management of the myriad objects in the model. You can use Showcase software to quickly and easily create an interactive presentation to communicate and sell your design. You will learn how to create animated transitions for enhanced visualization and navigation of the model, and you'll discover how you can explore various design options using material and model alternatives. We'll also show how to utilize cross sections and triggers to automate actions inside of Showcase software.
Architects and designers who want to create powerful interactive presentations
A registered architect with over 25 years of experience in Autodesk, Inc., architectural applications, Matt Dillon has worked with AutoCAD Architecture software since its initial release and with Revit Architecture software since its purchase by Autodesk. Matt is an Autodesk Certified Instructor at an Autodesk Authorized Training Center. In addition to assisting customers in the implementation of the Revit software platform products, he has also consulted with Autodesk development staff in product design and usability for AutoCAD Architecture software, and he co-authored Architectural Desktop 2007An Advanced Implementation Guide (Second Edition). In 2010 Matt was one of the recipients of Autodesk's Distinguished Speaker Award, and he has consistently been a highly rated instructor at Autodesk University since he began presenting in 2000.
Autodesk Showcase kann mehr als nur schöne Bilder erstellen. In diesem Seminar lernen Sie, wie man ihren Modellen leben einhaucht oder Prozesse anschaulich präsentiert. Helge Brettschneider gibt ihnen einen Einblick in die verschiedenen Animationsfunktionen und die Möglichkeiten von Showcase2016.
This class will present case studies of inventive Building Information Modeling (BIM) approaches adopted by 2 very different facility owners. Each one pushed beyond incremental BIM adoption to rethink workflows, develop BIM object libraries, and transform project processes. See results of their efforts presented from theoretical and practical perspectives. A large healthcare facilities owner integrates BIM libraries and standards throughout the project lifecycle. Their BIM library objects embody design requirements; data management protocols; local/global best practice standards to improve reliability and efficiency of BIM for design, delivery, and facility management with support; and additional capabilities such as 3D stereoscopic viewing, way-finding, and seamless data-sharing with facilities management (FM) applications. An international developer/operator shifts the focus of BIM organization from component-type hierarchies to elements representing installation and construction processes as performed on site, informing better cost and prefabrication analysis.
This class will focus on how to use Inventor software to create realistic rendered images and videos. A good rendering is as much about details in the model geometry as it is with the rendering setup. First we will look at some tips to prepare a model so it will be a good candidate for a high-quality rendering. Then the class will run through the tools available in Inventor software and the improvements made to help create a rendering without leaving the Inventor software environment. After a quick look at the realistic view tool and its options, the class will enter the Inventor software Studio environment to set up and create an improved rendering. Once a single image has been, mastered the class will turn to video by animating moving parts and other environment settings.
Do you need to take a concept and make it a reality? Does that reality include injection-molded parts? Do you need to get your design reviewed and approved quickly? If the answer to even 2 out of 3 of these questions is "yes," you should attend this class. We will also look at answers to these questions, and at an even more important question: How can we make changes on an overall assembly's shape while still developing individual piece details? To do this we will explore workflows within Product Design Suite software and add a dash of Simulation DFM software for good measure.
Whether we use a pencil or the latest technology, as digital artists we still need to develop creative to give our clients an advantage over the competition. Clients sell the same product to the same clientele—how do we help them differentiate? We have technology converging in many ways (architectural visualization, video games, real time)—how do we find the best way to make use of this convergence? Ultimately, as a creative agency or architectural visualization firm, we need to look for ways to show off products and environments that are visually more compelling so that they become the catalyst of this differentiation. Products such as 3ds Max software, Maya software, NVIDIA mental ray software, Revit software, AutoCAD software, and new emerging real-time technologies like Showcase software help with this problem, but that’s just the beginning. In this roundtable we will talk about why we follow these trends and where these new technologies will bring us. Is it all a fad? Will we find a real practical use other than entertainment? Will our clients end up showing us the way?