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Scanning and Modeling Complex Building Systems for Renovation Work

Historically, complex building systems such as structural, mechanical, plumbing and electrical have been very difficult...

ARC Scans the World's Largest Video Screen - $30 Million renovation

The Las Vegas' Fremont Street Experience unveiled its newly upgraded Viva Vision canopy featuring 49.3...

Laser Scan Data Integral to Fast-Track Rebuild of Notre Dame Cathedral

As the donations pour in to aid the reconstruction efforts of the fire-damaged Notre Dame cathedral in Paris and the...

BIM by Way of Backpack

Building information modeling (BIM) is here to stay; it's not up and coming anymore, according to John Russo...

Vectorworks and ARCHICAD to Import Point Clouds

While attending the AIA (American Institute of Architects) Convention in Atlanta earlier this year I was...

Do BIM Models Make You Angry?

If you didn't get a chance to attend the 2015 Spring BIM Forum in San Diego last week you missed some exciting...

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The Laser Scans that Will Save Notre-Dame

Keeping French President Emmanuel Macron's promise to rebuild in five years the Notre-Dame of Paris exactly as it...

A new report tracks industry preferences for building tools

Stationary laser scanners continue to be the most popular building documentation hardware that AEC firms and service...

FARO's Must See 3D Solutions Workshops

Just when I thought I'd had enough of travel and conferences for 2015 I found myself intrigued with another event...

What is Microsoft's HoloLens?

I've been hearing a lot about Microsoft's HoloLens lately, but knew very little about it so I decided to investigate. Here is...

BIM Forum's 2015 LOD SpecPublic Review Draft

One of the big news items coming out of the Spring 2015 BIM Forum in San Diego this past week was the announcement...

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