New Walkthrough Capability in AutoVue 20

New in AutoVue 20 is the capability to view a 3D model of a building from the inside - this is a very powerful tool for anyone who needs to work with models of plants, refineries, or other buildings.

All of the standard AutoVue functionality is available, so you can click on any part of the building to get attribute data, manipulate the view, do measurement, etc. For example, in the image below we've made the Architectural model (Walls, Floors, etc.) transparent, but left the electrical and mechanical models opaque, so it's easy to see where the wires and piping run behind the walls.

AutoVue Walkthrough - transparent walls show pipes and electrical system

Additionally you can bring together different files and different types of files, using our digital mockup capability - in the image below the heating and air conditioning sytem on the left came from one file, and the electrical box on the right came from another wile, and the model of the room came from yet a third file, but with everything brought together into AutoVue you can do things like use our measurement capability to ensure there's enough space to get maintenance equipment down the hallway, before the building is even built.

walkthrough_dmu.png

For more information about Walkthrough, you can view a video demo at
http://download.oracle.com/autovue/3D_walkthrough_movie.wmv

We're very excited about this new capability - do you think this will be useful for you in your work with AutoVue? Let us know!

Comments:

Warren - will you be showing this at the AIIM Conference next week? Look forward to seeing it!

Posted by Brian Dirking on April 15, 2010 at 02:56 AM EDT #

Hey Brian, yes, we'll have this available for demos at AIIM!

Posted by warren.baird on April 15, 2010 at 03:13 AM EDT #

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