Excited about this! Keep in mind that this only operates in a sandbox, testing environment…
Check it out and download at:
Revizto 4.0 Open Beta
And you can discuss on the forum at:
If you are working on a live, shared, cloud Revizto project, you may wonder how to easily ‘replace’ the entire current model with a fresh version.
Note 1: if you Overwrite model content in Revizto, the Issue Tracker is not affected: Issue list, conversation history and related details are retained.
Here is one way to update the model by replacing with a fresh export:
Note 2: remember you can revert to a previous version with the Cloud Revisions tool
To Merge Projects (add new Models to an existing Cloud model):
A recent Youtube upload gives us a teaser-style look at what some of the features of Project Alexandria may be, including:
This is a competitive market now… Revizto has a good head start on some of this, and FieldLens has a nice mobile implementation. So, the question is, will Project Alexandria (BIM360 Docs??) be compelling enough?
Update use this code to get a discount on your Revizto annual purchase:
Oh, and across devices too. You might say “hey, I’ve heard of Revizto before“. Someone tweeted today “”Even if we could get the model into a game engine, it would be difficult to navigate.” We can. It isn’t.”
Revizto has been providing smooth, great-looking visualizations of your Revit model for a while now. It has some very cool features, like Oculus Rift support (fun!) But its not just about the game-smooth graphics anymore.. I’m excited about something else…
Firstly, the big picture: what does Revizto do? Well, it shares your 3D model with others via the cloud, which is pretty normal these days. But over the past few months (and especially the last few days), it has added collaboration features that make it an extremely useful tool for BIM teams. Some of these are:
If you like videos, maybe start here:
Revizto bridges some obvious gaps in current Autodesk interoperability scenarios, as it allows you to easily:
Also, compared to various other collaboration services, it is relatively inexpensive, especially given the level of functionality it provides.
So how do we get started with Revizto? Here’s a quick few steps:
Once an issue is created, you can easily switch between multiple different representations:
You can also quickly create or export issues to BCF. It uses the bcfzip format, so imagery and viewpoint information is all included.
Issues can be quickly tagged to create custom lists of related issues too.
A few beginner-style tips:
|Grids and Rooms visible in 3D Map view|
What’s New in 3.4:
Some more general info and screenshots below:
Manual Introduction • Revizto Editor User Manual
What is it again?
Revizto is a tool that transforms heavy-weight 3D data into navigable lightweight scene in one click. The resulting scene can be opened with free Revizto Viewer on PC, Mac, iPad and Android tablets or in any web browser with Unity plugin. Revizto Workspace allows users to upload their projects to cloud storage and access them from any point of the globe. Revizto works with the most architectural and 3D-modelling software (Revit, SketchUp and any software that supports FBX export).
Installation screenshot (addins):