"[Using Bimx], I know on my projects I'm getting a lot more explicit feedback on individual pieces and that it seems to be a great tool to really help people understand the building spatially"
"BIMX, we generally use as a way of shipping either a schematic level or design iteration to a client, so we'll publish a BIMX model. Most projects we're using it now. It started off as, "This is kinda interesting, not sure how we'll use it," but when you start seeing ... it's been pretty notable how clients react to it, that we get a lot more specific feedback because they're not looking at plans, they're not looking at ... you know it's one thing if we spin the model at the office and they're seeing it during a presentation, but when they get to go home and you know, sit in bed and play with it and walk through the building and then look around and really feel like they've been there."
"I know on my projects I'm getting a lot more explicit feedback on individual pieces and that people seem to ... seems to be a great tool to really help people understand the building spatially, not just as, "Oh, I've got this room here, this room here." You know you used to hear a lot, "Oh wow, I didn't know what that was gonna feel like," and now you know, I've heard a lot of, "Oh wow, that looks just like the model." It's pretty cool."
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