So how do the things you create…fit into your InfraWorks model?…Let's take a look at some design features,…and while we're at it, we'll also discuss Model Explorer…and see how it can be used to better understand the model.…I'm in the Chapter 01 Lynda Heights Model,…and I'm going to restore the Hotel Lynda bookmark…and that'll zoom us into an area…where we've got some design features.…Now typically, data sources are used…to represent existing features,…for example, the terrain that you see,…the mountains in the background…as well as the rolling hills in the front.…
The railroad that you see here…is actually a data source feature…and a lot of the roads that you see back in this area…are coming from data sources.…Now, the other things you see…in the center of my current view are design features.…The building, the dark coverage representing a paved area,…the green coverage representing a grass area.…We've also got some detail in here,…some vehicles which are design features, and some trees,…and if I look around in the back of the building…
- Exploring the InfraWorks interface
- Creating new models
- Importing imagery, terrain data, and more
- Creating and editing roads, coverages, buildings, and pipelines
- Adding trees, water features, barriers, and city furniture
- Styling your world with material and road styles
- Adjusting view settings
- Creating a snapshot, storyboard, or animation
- Rendering your model
- Analyzing your design
- Sharing the model
Skill Level Beginner
1. Exploring the World of InfraWorks
2. Creating an Existing World
3. Redesigning Your World
4. Add Detail to Your World
5. Change the Look of Your World
6. Present Your World
7. Analyze Your World
8. Share Your World
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