Archive for July, 2011
The beautiful Christchurch Cathedral took a bit of a hit in the recent earthquakes, however I’m sure it will be repaired to its former glory! Below is a photosynth I made a while back which was featured by Microsoft. Photosynth is a clever technology which ties photos to together, basically making them into a 3D… Read more
Update: Everything is back up and running again! We are just in the process of updating BIMstop.com (our BIM content network) and we’ve had a few emails saying that some users are having trouble logging in. We’re looking into it now and will get it sorted!
We’ve just pushed a new update on our BIMstop tools page. Our plugins for the new ArchiCAD 15 (& 13) have now been released. The new ArchiCAD 15 plugins come in three ways: Mac OS, Windows 32bit & Windows 64bit. Be sure to download yours today & get faster access to all the BIM content… Read more
I wonder what 3d modeling software they used to design and document this?! Below is a video of the new so-called Takabisha [JP] roller coaster. It accelerates to 100 km/h, has a 43m drop and a 121-degree freefall. Making it the world’s steepest roller coaster.
We get asked a lot of BIM (building information modeling) questions, it’s a tricky topic and can get confusing. To help with this over the next few weeks we’ll be uploading a lot of the most asked BIM questions. Do you have a BIM related question? Feel free to leave it in the comments below.