Archive for October, 2010
A quick announcement to say that our team (The Skunkworks team) is a finalist in the Building Live Tokyo 2010 collaborative BIM (building information modeling) competition. This is great news, everybody in our team put in a huge effort and it is good to see that paying off. Fingers crossed we win!
Just a quick update on BIMstop, thanks to everybody who sent in great feedback! We are seeing a lot of registrations and downloads which is positive, with more Revit, ArchiCAD and Sketchup content being added daily. There’s still a lot more features to tune and roll out, but all & all we are happy with… Read more
There’s more and more being heard about IFC lately, but what is it and what does it have to do with building information modeling (BIM)? To quote wikipedia: The Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) data model is a neutral and open specification that is not controlled by a single vendor or group of vendors. It is an object… Read more
The Building Live Tokyo competition is now over and we are waiting for the results to be announced. You can read more about it & see the other entries here: http://bltokyo2010.seesaa.net/article/165770508.html It’s been great working with Maeda, Skunkworks & everybody else that’s been involved. Below is an image of our teams final entry.
Tonight we are participating in the Building Live Tokyo 2010 competition. It is an exciting 24 hour event, where by teams work together using collaborative BIM software in servers, to construct a full building in 24 hours. We are excited to be working with the team at Maeda Corp. This is a great way to… Read more
As some of you already know we’ve recently launched into the Asia region, with our first footsteps landing in Japan. We look forward to working with some of the great companies throughout Japan & Asia to help better utilise BIM (building information modeling) in their businesses. If you are based in Japan you can learn… Read more
BIMstop.com our new BIM content marketplace, makes it very easy to login & start uploading your BIM content in a variety of formats. Below is a quick video of me logging in with my existing twitter account, no having to check emails or set passwords, one-click & I’m in! Ready to start downloading the content… Read more