Introducing Mobile Navisworks and Navistools on an iPad. If you have an internet connection then run Navisworks with Navistools remotely from the iPad or iPhone, capture data whilst working on-site and enter directly into the Navistools DataManager application. Great tool for asset management, inspection, maintenance on the move....
CopperCube can publish your 3d scenes using Flash or WebGL. And additionally, it can create standalone Windows .exe and Mac OS X .app programs as well.
Create everything from simple Panoramas to full Games
There is no limit in what can be created with CopperCube. Use the built-in panorama editor to create simple 360 degree panorama viewers or the free 3d scene mode to create architectural visualizations, model viewers or even full featured games. No Programming necessary!
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Especially for knowledge workers, over-the-top complexity has given rise to a host of under-met human needs. That’s a big and growing problem, not just for individuals but also for the organizations that employ them. It’s not just the economy that needs to recover; the wellbeing of the workforce needs recovery, too.
“Every person’s wellbeing is critical to achieving an organization’s goals and fulfilling its mission,” say Gallup researchers and authors Tom Rath and Jim Harter. “Every day in your organization, people don’t show up, don’t give their best effort, erode your productivity, and cost you millions of dollars because of poor mental and physical health.”
Rapid prototyping is still the domain of nerds, but it's just a matter of time before 3D printers become mass consumer products. With its Kiosk project, Antwerp-based design studio Unfold explores a future scenario in which ...
Carnegie Mellon University has added two more LEED Gold buildings – the Gate Center for Computer Science and Hillman Center for Future-Generation Technologies.
The designations bring the campus’s total of LEED certified buildings to 12. The latest LEED buildings were both designed by Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects from Atlanta and include a mix of classrooms, offices and laboratories. They replace a 150-space underground garage and more than double the outdoor space with five green roofs and a winter garden.
Located in the picturesque region of Cap-à-l’Aigle in the heart of Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada, the The Malbaie V residence was Montreal-based studio Mu Architecture and displays an inspiring design. The exterior is defined by simple geometrical volumes wrapped in wood and a green roof that insulates the building.
From the architects: “On the ground floor, the sequence from the entrance to the main room allows for discovery through large continuous open plan absent of any apparent structure. An abundance of openings from east to west, the result of a perfect combination of solar motion, orientation and views sought, provides permanent natural light as well as optimal energy efficiency. The lower level accommodates four bedrooms and two full bathrooms arranged in a linear way following a clear axis perpendicular to the main volume above allowing for each room to get a view. The simplicity of the materials used, types of natural wood for the floor and ceiling accentuates the dramatic perspective of the main corridor”.