As we announced earlier, our developers are creating the new interface for Project Manager. The interface will look like on the picture below in the Revizto Editor. In general, it will be similar to the Project Manager for Viewer.
Our developers are restless - they are constantly improving Revizto.
They’ve added the ability for SketchUp users to create and edit individual and grouped light sources in the next version, Revizto 1.2.
Work on Revizto 1.2 version is progressing nicely. In this Weekly Development Update we would like to show you the new Markers menu design.
Our development team is always looking to add features requested by our users. One of the new features we are working on is volumetric, realistic-looking grass.
We have started to receive the first users reviews! Thank you all for your acting!
We are glad to inform you that Revizto ver.1.1 now supports Windows 8 and Autodesk ® Revit ® 2014.
We are looking for people interested in testing our new intermediate release of Revizto for SketchUp.
New interface for “Project Manager”. Our developers are working on an improved user interface for the Revizto Project Manager, which allows you to manage your project assets in the Cloud and on your local PC/Mac or Mobile devices.
We are glad to inform you that Revizto for Revit is now available at Autodesk Store!
As always, our developers have been hard at work incorporating feedback from our beloved users.
Revizto Viewer for iPad and Android tablets is a simple and intuitive application for viewing Visual Information Models (VIMs).
In many cases, the software used by urban planners and architects is nearly as complex as urban planning itself—especially for owners and operators of the project, who may not have design backgrounds. However, unlike the old, manual method of sorting though multiple layouts and blueprints, today’s 3-D software ensures urban planners’ visions are construction-ready and complete with highly detailed data.
Arman Gukasyan, CEO of VIZERRA,spoke with AECCafe Voice about their new Revizto virtual reality product designed for the AEC market.
Last week, the general session keynote and two cross-industry "innovation forums" were held at the recently concluded Autodesk University 2012, along with Autodesk’s new FormIt iPad modeling application and its cloud-based offerings for the building industry. In addition to news and product announcements from Autodesk, one of the key advantages of attending Autodesk University is becoming acquainted with the growing universe of third-party solutions that work with Autodesk products, all on display in the Exhibit Hall. This year, there were many first-time exhibitors, charging the atmosphere with energy, vitality, and enthusiasm. You had to admire their optimism and drive to create new technological solutions, even in today’s uncertain economic climate.