Is what you might say if you were finding it hard to ride in this pedal powered bus.  Yep, it is a “Fourteen-rider, pedal-powered vehicle”.

What has this got to do with BIM?  At least four things: its innovative, environmentally conscious, an interesting piece of design, and its put together by an engineering firm.

Unlike BIM, this device has one distinct individual in control of the wheel…

Learn more at:
CAZTEK Engineering :: CityCycle:

“Anyone who has played with Revit for an hour or so will know that there is an initial love affair, followed by a sudden realisation that you are staring into an abyss of complexity.”

“Only when you give yourself up and accept that the world as you know it will never be the same again, do you finally break through.”

“It helped to … have an evangelical desire to make it work.”

“… an extreme discipline is required to use Revit properly.”

“Revit is what everyone thought that CAD was when they were buying it in the 1980’s, only for them to find that they had actually bought Etch-a-Sketch. We love it, and there is no going back.”

This was just a few quotes from:
Barton Engineers: Essays & Blog 12/05/11: