Democratizing 3d Content with Fovea Corey Rubadue of ArchVision joins the show to talk about Fovea, a tool that simplifies the process of translating and sharing 3d content across different 3d platforms and 3d file formats. In other words, it allows users to import data from various sources, process it,
Building IMEG’s AI-Assistant Steve Germano of IMEG joins the show to talk about developing an in-house AI assistant named Meg, which functions as a conversational chatbot and search engine for company data running within Microsoft Teams. We talk about the goals and capabilities of the first release and how
Ep 547: Architects and Change: How to Develop an Innovation Plan for Your Architecture Firm Join Mark and Evan as they explore the evolving landscape of the architectural profession in the face of technological advancements. In this enlightening conversation, Evan draws from his extensive experience in both practice and education
I don't post all of my other podcast episodes here, but this one covers some AEC tech. 🎉 In this episode we start off by acknowledging the 12th birthday of the Archispeak podcast. Our first episode titled “That Ah-ha Moment” was published on February 3, 2013 and we don’
👋🏼 Hi there! This AEC Tech newsletter supplements my TRXL Podcast to fill in the details of what’s happening in the AEC Tech landscape. Happy reading.
Some updates have worked their way through the development cycle and Enscape for Mac (in their latest “preview” release—link below) now works with Rhino v8 for Mac. Both companies had some work to do to make this happen and a lot of users have been in the forums patiently
Access Across Use Cases, Personas and Locations In part 2 of his series, Aaron Perry lays out why AEC demands a different, modern framework for design collaboration to deliver increasingly complex projects. After setting the stage by providing a brief history of how professionals have accomplished their work over the