Some of you may have heard about the launch of a new Autodesk product, last week, that’s focused on generating interactive 3D environments from Revit models. It’s called Autodesk LIVE and is part of the Autodesk LIVE Design umbrella (at least I think I have that the right way around).
Autodesk LIVE Design is all about making it easier to apply best-in-class visualization technology from our Media & Entertainment division – who collectively know a few things about high-end rendering and animation, admittedly – to the world of design and engineering.
Here’s a video describing how Autodesk LIVE – formerly known as Project Expo, for those of you who know it – works:
The “one click” publishing workflow from Revit sends the required content to the cloud for processing and downloads the generated 3D scene for local exploration. The local environment is based on Autodesk Stingray – our game engine tailored for design visualization – and gives you all…