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Lightning Fast Revizto 2.0 Launched at Autodesk University 2013

Sat, 12/28/2013 - 12:34pm
Revizto

The easiest way to turn your CAD models into navigable 3D environments for visual collaboration

November 20, 2013 - A new version of Revizto 2.0, visual collaboration software for AEC industry, has been released at Autodesk University in Las Vegas.

Revizto enables visual collaboration on building and construction projects for AEC professionals (architects, engineers, contractors and facility managers), owners and other stakeholders. Revizto Editor turns CAD models into navigable, data-rich 3D environments where users can explore the project in details and collaborate. Free Revizto Viewer allows users to view the project and communicate using markers with real-time chat, creating walkthrough videos with voiceover, and saving screenshots. Revizto Viewer is available for Windows and Mac, iPad and Android tablets, and browsers.

Revizto is integrated with Revizto Workspace, a cloud repository, that lets Revizto project owners share projects with anyone. Revizto 2.0 offers incredible improvements to make architectural visualization and collaboration faster and more productive.

The program has been optimized to handle large polygon counts typical of AEC models, making work on huge projects much faster. For example, new Revizto Editor converts Revit objects up to 4 times faster than Editor 1.4, and Revizto Viewer now can load scenes with millions of polygons up to 25 times faster just in 5 seconds. Now very large projects can be loaded in seconds on iPad 3 or later, as well as in web browsers. The user interface has been simplified to make it more intuitive and easier to learn. High-fidelity rendering has been added. Users don’t need to buy separate rendering software to obtain high-detailed, nearly photorealistic images.

For more information, visit www.revizto.com

 

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