This class will review effective methods for modeling point cloud data within Revit software. Learn how easy it is to explore and manage point clouds with ReCap software and prepare the data for work inside Revit software. In Revit software you'll discover various methods for extracting intelligent 3D elements from billions of points. Demonstrations will include effective practices you can use for dealing with project coordinates, separating point cloud regions, representing the data in various styles, and extracting 3D geometry from the scan data. A major focus of the demonstration will be the generation of new family content (such as windows or doors) from laser scans. Learn effective practices for creating various shapes, as-built components, family objects, and more. This session will familiarize you with the most comprehensive point cloud and modeling methods in Revit software, and you will learn how to improve your daily workflow with third-party software.
- Understand the full process, from field to BIM model
- Learn how to insert, manage, and crop point clouds in Revit software
- Learn how to create custom families and components from scan data
- Learn how to apply an effective workflow to create any shape desired for building elements
Scott is director and owner of kubit USA in Houston, Texas Over the past 7 years Scott has been promoting, developing and teaching Autodesk based reality capture and reality computing workflows throughout various industries. He and his team have setup major reseller relationships throughout the US which support kubit's efforts in offering AutoCAD and Revit based products for as-built capture and design. Scott has a background in business management and marketing with an MBA from Lamar University. He worked previously as technical marketing manager for an Autodesk 3rd party developer focused on industrial facility design.
Jörg Braunes is product manager at kubit GmbH in Dresden, Germany. For the past two year Jörg has managed the development of Revit based reality capture products at kubit in Dresden, Germany. Before his activities with kubit, Jörg worked as research assistant at chair of computer science and architecture at Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany. For over seven years he has educated students in reality capture techniques as well as contributed in various research projects. Jörg holds a degree in Architecture from Bauhaus-University Weimar with specialization in computer-aided design and planning methods.