Visual collaboration software features new interface for enhanced navigable 3D environment
Revizto 3.0, the latest release of the visual collaboration software, features a brand new interface to make it more intuitive and easier to explore. The software, which works with Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks, and Trimble SketchUp, allows AEC projects to be showcased in a navigable 3D environment to aid collaboration between BIM managers, architects, engineers, contractors and owners.
The Revizto suite of apps combines interactive 3D and cloud technologies to provide visual collaboration on building design and construction projects. 3D models can be explored on any platform (PC, Mac, iPad and Android tablets) in the Free Revizto Viewer.
According to the developers, real-time tools, such as issue tracking and camera sharing, allow professionals to collaborate effectively with teammates and clients.
In its third edition Revizto has received a number of new features and improvements with a focus on usability, productivity and collaboration. These include: a new smart built-in Issue Tracker with automatic reporting system and full integration with Revit; Merging scenes in the Editor; full integration with AutoCAD; 2D Map and Ruler in the Viewer and Editor; WebGL Viewer for web, and the ability to add a Watermark in the Viewer.
The program has also been optimized to handle large polygon counts typical of AEC models. According to the developers, Revizto Viewer can now load scenes with 35 million of polygons in seconds, even on an iPad.
Revizto 3.0 works with Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks, Trimble SketchUp and imports FBX and IFC files.
“We are very excited to reveal this fundamentally new Revizto 3.0 to the world. Revizto team has been working hard for 36 months to create this very easy-to-use edition that represents now the whole new level of visual collaboration.”, said Arman Gukasyan, Revizto CEO and Founder.
Revizto software was used on the reconstruction of London Heathrow airport, Disney Land in China, a 10-storey Springfield hospital in Missouri, and other big projects.
If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to AEC Magazine for FREE