Building Information Modeling (BIM) has revolutionized the architecture, engineering, and construction industries by offering a comprehensive digital representation of a building project. BIM enables stakeholders to collaborate, visualize, and analyze the entire construction process, leading to better decision-making and enhanced project outcomes.
One of the critical software tools used in BIM is Rhinoceros, commonly known as Rhino. In this blog album, we will explore the uses of Rhinoceros in BIM, its method of installation, and some valuable extensions that can further extend its capabilities.
1. Understanding Rhinoceros and its Role in BIM
Rhinoceros, developed by Robert McNeel & Associates, is a powerful 3D modelling software extensively used by designers, architects, engineers, and artists for creating, analyzing, and visualizing complex shapes and designs. With its robust set of tools, Rhino enables users to work with various geometric entities, including curves,…