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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Project Spark writeup from Labs

Straight from AutoDesk Labs:

Project Spark: too little? too much?

Project Spark is a free technology preview of a simplified 3D building information modeling (BIM) solution. The purpose of the technology preview is to validate the statement:
    Using Project Spark, building professionals can create designs efficiently with real-world building objects, produce more reliable documentation faster, and share files with consultants using Revit or AutoCAD-based products.
You can learn more about Project Spark at:
Project Spark on Autodesk Labs
The differences between Project Spark and Autodesk Revit include:
Based on this list:
  • Is there a need for something like Project Spark?
  • Can non-Revit building professionals easily work with the user interface?
  • Does Project Spark offer the right set of functionality that non-Revit building professionals need? Is it too much functionality? Is it too little?
Please share your thoughts at or the discussion forum. We can't answer these questions without you.
Virtual Goldilocks is alive in the lab,.

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