It's been a few weeks since I published the last newsletter, and in case you missed it, a few podcasts have stacked up that I think are worth your time and attention.
What have you been seeing develop in AEC tech? I feel like it’s been a slow start to the year so far, but maybe I've just been living under my podcasting rock. Hit reply and let me know.
Have a great weekend.
The Future of AEC Software, Part 1
Since coming on the podcast with Andy Watts (episode 143 linked below), Aaron Perry has begun publishing a series of articles outlining the Future AEC Software Specification. Part 1 provides insights into the challenges and proposed solutions, and encourages readers to get involved in the discussion and in setting the goals and direction of the Specification. Read more.
The Future of AEC Software, Part 2
In part 2 of the series on the future of AEC software, Aaron discusses the need for a modern framework for design collaboration in the AEC industry. He highlights the challenges of working with proprietary file formats and expensive hardware, and uses the gaming industry as an analog in how it provides a hardware and location agnostic data-rich visual environment in addition to being real time and multi-player. Read more.
Enscape for Mac now works with Rhino v8
This has been a long time coming! Enscape and Rhino v8 now play nicely together on Apple Silicon-based hardware, providing high performance and quality AEC design tools for Mac users. And I've been testing them out. Read more.