Join Logan Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Revit: AR and VR Workflows.
- [Instructor] This course covers business insights and AEC, and so familiarity with AEC business practices would be a helpful foundation. This course also teaches Revit skills that will help leverage AR/VR tools, but we assume that the student already has a working knowledge of Revit and has used it in practice. Lastly, we'll be discussing and demonstrating the use of VR in the course, and access to the necessary equipment would help you get the most out of those portions of the course. There are a number of terms I use throughout this course that are somewhat interchangeable with some small differences.
AR, or augmented reality, places virtual objects into physical space. VR, or virtual reality, totally replaces your surroundings. XR, or extended reality and immersive technology, are mostly just general terms to describe both AR and VR. Spatial computing even more generally includes any situation in which computer or application is interacting with space or location. I go into more depth in this course when necessary, but mostly the meaning should be clear from the context.
- Why model for VR in Revit?
- When to use VR and AR
- How to use your Revit model with VR and AR
- Making the most of Enscape
- Using IrisVR Prospect for multiuser virtualization
- Simple 3D shortcuts
- Efficiently applying materials to Revit projects
- Using RPC components in Revit
- VR modeling for Revit
Skill Level Intermediate
Unity 2017: Architectural Visualizationwith Scott Onstott2h 21m Intermediate
1. Why Model for VR in Revit?
2. How to Use Your Revit Model with VR and AR
3. Simple 3D Shortcuts for SD
4. Material Library and Editing
5. Higher LOD VR-Ready Modeling
6. VR Modeling for Revit
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