November 5-December 5, 2009
UC Berkeley graduate students created an immersive visualization of a local hospital using multiple Autodesk applications, including Revit Architecture software and unreleased Project Newport software from Autodesk Labs.
Exploration of Autodesk real-time 3D story-building technology was a formative step in the team’s research project, which seeks to revolutionize the practice of visualizing and assessing the usability of health care facilities through digitally mediated, interactive environments.
Design and engineering solutions
The following products were used in this project:
Graduate students from the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, advised by Professor Yehuda Kalay. They include: