Inventor and Revit Live

Recently I was asked to take an Inventor model into VR. Normally I would use VRed or 3DS Max interactive but after chatting to a colleague we thought let’s take it into Revit Live and see how it looks in there. It was a very large model but non the less we fired up our […]

Experience Virtual Reality at Micrographics

You have been hearing about VR and how it is starting to get it’s grips into your industry but you don’t know where to start and what to do? Visit us at Micrographics and let us show you how. Here are some of the options we offer customers for Architectural and Manufacturing Visualizations: 3ds Max […]

VR is here!!!!

Virtual Reality is here and it is here to stay. Both the Build and Manufacturing industry is in the process of a revolution and that revolution is VR. Up until recently if you wanted to create any immersive VR you would need to purchase the hardware (Oculus or HTC Vive plus kickass computer) plus software […]

V-Ray for Autodesk 3ds Max, Revit & SketchUp

V-Ray – The world’s most realistic rendering software 3ds Max Has flagship rendering capabilities which have set the industry standard for speed, reliability, ease of use and render quality. Revit Architects can review design options quickly and easily and make informed choices faster. Generate realistic images from 3D Models. SketchUp Smartest and fastest rendering solution for SketchUp. With […]

Virtual Reality – My Intro 2

Hold onto your britches it’s gonna be a bumpy ride!!!!! This was my thoughts as I volunteered to try on the HTC Vive headset and go into the great unknown.  So I put on the headset, bumping them over my glasses but finally getting it on nice and snug.  Darkness….no wait I am in an […]

Virtual Reality – My Intro part 1

I was recently in Berlin for the annual Autodesk OTx conference getting very excited about the new features that they were going to show us as the 2018 software had just been released. As I gleaned over what classes to attend I happened to see an Intro to Virtual Reality Class.  Okay I had seen […]