Reality capture is becoming predominant in architectural, engineering, or construction work. Using the ReCap family of products and services in conjunction with Autodesk applications, it's now becoming very easy to design in context using as-built scanned data as a reference. This class teaches you how to take advantage of new workflows based on ReCap software for several use cases that are related to BIM, such as retrofitting a renovation, conceptual modeling, and so on, using both laser scanners and photographs.
- Describe reality capture workflows for BIM
- Prepare laser scans for Autodesk applications using ReCap Studio
- Create a 3D model from photos using ReCap Photo
- Use ReCap data in AutoCAD and Revit-based software
Dominique Pouliquen is marketing director for the Reality Solutions Group inside Information Modeling and Platform Products Group of Autodesk, Inc., in charge of promoting the ReCap software family of products and services. Dominique joined Autodesk through the acquisition of REALVIZ in May 2008, a company that he co-founded in March 1998 from a technology transfer with National Research Institute for Computer Sciences and Automatics (INRIA). He was CEO of this company for 10 years, developing its image-based, content-creation software business in the special effects and digital imaging markets throughout the world. Dominique has spent his career in the computer graphics industry since graduating in 1986 with an engineering degree from Ecole supérieure d'électronique de l'Ouest, Angers, France.
Chad Studer is a techKNOWLEDGEy leader with over 25 years of Autodesk software experience working in the Civil Engineering community. Chad also has over 20 years in the 3D laser scanning industry and has scanned in 40 states. 6 years ago Chad started flying with DJI drones and is a FAA 107 certified pilot. Known throughout the industry as a pioneer; Chad prides himself on his personal dedication to his clients and their successes. As a top rated Autodesk University speaker; Chad enjoys being an active member of the AEC community as well as a driving force of new technologies. Chad is the author of PointCloudGuru.com and Civil3dGuru.com