Its a 1.9 gb dataset with textures, delivered under Creative Commons. How long until we have access to the same thing for every city in the world?
There is apparently over “20000 pages of documentation” that will be released, along with videos and 3D asset files.
It could be interesting to see how this release intersects with the development of Revit standards and Revit content globally…
The Autodesk Creative Commons “Area”:
AREA | creativecommons
“The group adopted the Creative Commons licensing which means 20,000 pages of documentation, 70 videos and 140 downloadable 3D asset files are now ready to be modified, remixed and shared globally.”
As per the above Autodesk page, “More content to come soon…”
Dutch Revit standard (template) for download:
There is a link to download version 0.8 from Dropbox at this page.
The download includes content like:
- project template
- family templates
- resource files (CAD import / export maps, Shared Parameters and more)
Happily, these standards are Creative Commons licensed.