Imagine if you could visualize your 3D design data in the real world, even though it only exists as a design model. Trimble® recently introduced SiteVision™ which is a user-friendly outdoor augmented reality system that brings your 3D design data to life so you can visualize, explore and understand the impact of your design in the real world.
SiteVision combines hardware and software in an integrated, lightweight handheld or pole-mounted solution.
July 20, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the historic landing of the Lunar Module Eagle on the surface of the moon.
Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin stepped out of that lander just a few hours later to be the first men to walk on the the moon. Astronaut Michael Collins orbited high above, monitoring their progress in the Command and Service Module Columbia which acted as their home for the 8 day mission.
You have GIS contour data of a site in .SHP file format. You import the data into your design only to find out it is in 2D. How do you turn this 2D data into 3D data easily to create a Civil 3D surface
In the linked video, I will use Map 3D tools from within Civil 3d and show you how to import 2D contour data from a shapefile into a drawing, query the data to another drawing to elevate the imported polylines and finally create a Civil 3D surfrace from this data.
We'd like to thank all those who attended our Webinar on Bluebeam Revu and Autodesk Integration on Thursday, April 27 at 11:30 AM CDT. A Video recording of the Webinar is available via the following link: