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    Revit to Lumion3D

    Revit to Lumion3D-h001.jpgRevit to Lumion3D-h002.jpg

    I'm barely new to revit. Started learning it 4 months ago.
    Here's my work. C&C are much appreciated.

    I used to make my models from 3dmax and Sketchup and then migrated to revit since revit pretty much
    do all the work that I need (floor plan, elevations etc.).

    Software used:
    Revit
    Lumion3d
    Photoshop

    Thanks!
    C

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    Very nice!

    And welcome to the forum!


    I've stopped playing with Lumion, but saw the v3 release notes a while back and want to get another trial running - fantastic fun program - but lately I've been getting the feeling Unity is where it's at for where I want to go with things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowyweston View Post
    Very nice!

    And welcome to the forum!


    I've stopped playing with Lumion, but saw the v3 release notes a while back and want to get another trial running - fantastic fun program - but lately I've been getting the feeling Unity is where it's at for where I want to go with things.
    Why Unity? Afaik you need to bake textures for your model so it becomes harder to use for design purposes (which for I love Lumion).
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    Lumion is getting better. I think few months more of development the end results will be more photorealistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerb0z View Post
    Why Unity?
    Not for the purposes of high-end viz. alone, but the extended functionality/adaptability for interactive presentational methods.

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