Features

Image Alasdair Kirkwood, commercial director at L&M Survey Services, looks at why HDR (High Dynamic Range) camera technology has the ability to transform survey data inputted into the BIM process

Image Greg Corke highlights five tools that can bring your designs to life in a fully interactive real-time environment. Explore your building from any angle, and in VR, or produce stills and animations at lightning fast speeds

Image Epic Games Enterprise has the bold ambition to make its legendary real time game engine an essential tool for design

Image 3D graphics specialist launches Quadro RTX GPUs, which promise to transform the role photorealistic visualisation plays in product development, writes Greg Corke

Image Martyn Day explores the current cloud developments at Autodesk and shares his thoughts on where things might be heading - for good and bad

Image ArchiCAD 22 had its world premiere at its Key Customer Conference in its home town of Budapest. Martyn Day reports

Image Held at Tobacco Dock, Autodesk University London brought together over 1,600 customers for two days of product updates, customer stories and hands-on training

Image Martyn Day saw the first products of the strategic partnership between Autodesk and GIS market leader Esri

Image A new web tool from glazing manufacturer Guardian Glass is helping architects better understand the aesthetic and functional possibilities of this beautiful material

Image Cloud-based platform to provide collaborative co-ordination on Wood Wharf project, a new district at London’s Canary Wharf

Image Matthew Jensen of architecture and interiors consultancy Fraiserline explores the challenges of applying BIM to cruise and ferry ship design, to serve the complex needs of architectural, interior, product and naval professionals

Image New design software is needed for an age in which modular buildings are built for off-site fabrication and then assembled on-site, according to Autodesk’s Jim Lynch

Image Current common data environments have a number of shortcomings, so what needs to happen for them to better support efficient information-sharing in our industry?