Archive for July, 2011

Christchurch Cathedral

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on July 27th, 2011 No Comments

The beautiful Christchurch Cathedral took a bit of a hit in the recent earthquakes, however I’m sure it will be repaired to its former glory! Below is a photosynth I made a while back which was featured by Microsoft. Photosynth is a clever technology which ties photos to together, basically making them into a 3D… read more

BIMstop login tweak

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM, BIMstop on July 23rd, 2011 No Comments

Update: Everything is back up and running again! We are just in the process of updating (our BIM content network) and we’ve had a few emails saying that some users are having trouble logging in. We’re looking into it now and will get it sorted!

BIMstop plugins for ArchiCAD 15

Posted by scottbarrington in ArchiCAD, BIM on July 20th, 2011 No Comments

We’ve just pushed a new update on our BIMstop tools page. Our plugins for the new ArchiCAD 15 (& 13) have now been released. The new ArchiCAD 15 plugins come in three ways: Mac OS, Windows 32bit & Windows 64bit. Be sure to download yours today & get faster access to all the BIM content… read more

World’s steepest roller coaster

Posted by scottbarrington in General News on July 13th, 2011 No Comments

I wonder what 3d modeling software they used to design and document this?! Below is a video of the new so-called Takabisha [JP] roller coaster. It accelerates to 100 km/h, has a 43m drop and a 121-degree freefall. Making it the world’s steepest roller coaster.


Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on July 7th, 2011 No Comments

We get asked a lot of BIM (building information modeling) questions, it’s a tricky topic and can get confusing. To help with this over the next few weeks we’ll be uploading a lot of the most asked BIM questions. Do you have a BIM related question? Feel free to leave it in the comments below.



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