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| Sunday, August 14, 2011
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So I started on Revit a week ago more or less and here is where I am at. I can see the advantages to this once I can full understand how to manipulate things in here correctly. I keep wanting to do 3DS Max techniques to move things around because...its there...it's in 3D...ugh...! How ever I like the wall feature to build up your walls and quickly lay your floors. Then to pop in the windows and doors in with easy is nice. I went as far as I can with it for now. So I imported it as a FBX into 3DS Max and made some cleaning and some minor changes. Once I learn it more effectively I shouldn't have to do any of this! As far as what I got below. I could have modeled this in 3DS Max in half the time and had it cleaner looking for sure..... but.... I have to start some where! Once I get this done I was thinking a minor league ball park might be a nice one since there's so much going on with those.




Revit Building

Posted by : Jason Johnson
Date :Sunday, August 14, 2011
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Revit!

| Wednesday, August 3, 2011
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Was starting a new model for my portfolio but have decided I wanted to do it differently. I was going to model it with Sketch up but after some talking looks like I will be learning Revit. With this program in my software skills I give my self a larger chance to get back into 3D. So this weekend I will just dive in head first by importing the CAD file of the building one one screen and tutorials and youtube on the other as I work my way through building this sucker. After which Ill export it and bring it into Max for texturing, lighting, and rendering!

Here goes...

Revit!

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Date :Wednesday, August 3, 2011
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Gaming and beyond...

| Monday, August 1, 2011
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So I've been reading a lot on some of the new tech that may be coming to the next gen systems. There's a new AMD chip set that is suppose to promise some amazing advancements in graphics and run time. Talking graphics as good as Avatar in terms of rendered game graphics. Then you add in what I just found from a Australian company called Euclideon, They say they have made a software program that turns our 3d mesh into atoms. There software is said to be endless in terms of amounts of information you can show on screen and in detail. In the video below they zoom into the ground to show grains of dirt! If these two things can come together and be for real then the next systems have the chance to be mind blowingly real! Not to mention movie quality animations are going to sky rocket as well.... very awesome stuff. Makes me think about every thing Ray Kurzweil has said is absolutely bound to happen.

Gaming and beyond...

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Date :Monday, August 1, 2011
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