Autodesk University
Revit to Real Time: Best Practices for Preparing Any Design for Virtual Exploration
Instructional demo    AR20890
PHIL READ
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Description

Why settle for still-image rendering when you can virtually explore your building design from every angle and location? Recent advances in game engines and graphics processing enable anyone to go from Revit software to real time in practically real time. But getting beautiful results isn't accidental—it takes careful attention to detail often overlooked when creating still image renderings. By the end of this session, you'll be able to create beautifully compelling and timesaving virtual presentations of your Revit project that will amaze your client and silence the competition. This session features Revit and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to create beautiful lighting, materials, and family components for real-time virtual environments
  • Learn how to fully capitalize on your investment in Revit for real-time virtual-design exploration
  • Learn how to save enormous amounts of time and money compared to creating still-image rendering
  • Learn how to get sign-off during project reviews by clearly communicating your building design

Speakers

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Phil is the co-founder of Read | Thomas - a BIM/VDC consulting company focused on connecting designers, builders and owners through cross-discipline technology integration. He has over 25 years experience in Architecture and Engineering including 16 years implementing Autodesk Revit: the world's only fully integrated platform for the parametric design of buildings and infrastructure.While working in Civil Engineering, Phil completed his Undergraduate and Masters Degrees from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Soon after, he went to work with Revit Technology and later Autodesk where he had the fortune of providing Revit training, implementation and support for clients and projects around the world.A frequent public speaker, Phil has presented at Autodesk University since 2003 as well as RTC Conferences on topics ranging from 'Best Practices and Large Project Management' to 'Parametric Design Iteration in Architecture' and the 'Business Dynamics of Transitioning to Building Information Modeling. As an writer, Phil co-authored the official 'Autodesk Mastering Revit' series of books.Among other high profile clients and projects, played a lead role in providing training, implementation and ongoing support for the Architectural, Mechanical and Structural Engineers on the Freedom Tower World Trade Center Initiative in New York.When not traveling, you're likely to find Phil driving around Charlotte in his restored 1960 Triumph TR3A.http://twitter.com/PhilRead
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