The Debut of BIMx Docs
Featuring outstanding performance and smooth navigation even on full-fledged large scale BIM projects with several hundreds of layouts – viewers can fly through the model they’re accessing with BIMx Docs on an iPhone/iPad. BIMx Docs have model-based context sensitive hyperlinks. These hyperlinks function much like any hyperlink on the Web but possess orientation in the 3D space as well as in the 2D drawings adding an invaluable extra dimension to understanding the model while simply navigating in it.
BIMx Docs can assist architects in demonstrating their BIM and plans for a project to anyone who may be unfamiliar with understanding 2D plans or even 3D static views. The way BIMx Docs works on an iPad helps overcome that obstacle with easy to comprehend transitions from room to room. An added benefit is the interactive slider that lets the user explore the BIM in an entirely new way. This ease of use is maintained even when the user is navigating through a very complex model.
It is a way for the architect to view the entire BIM – no matter where he or she is. Clients can view and explore the project in a way that helps them fully understand the scope of the project. Contractors get their own digital copy of the project that can be updated as needed – it enables site supervision and visualization of the details to on-site workers.
BIMx Docs features a direct link to the BIM project in the BIM authoring tool. By tapping into GRAPHISOFT’s cloud-based BIMx Transfer Service anyone can see the latest updates and publish project updates to any project stakeholders.