This month’s tech roundup is all about our Vectorworks 2019 Service Pack 3! With this release, we’re introducing three new features that greatly improve presentation and visualization capabilities, along with overall workflow between products. Check out what’s new…
Topics: Cloud Services, SP3, Space objects, Vectorworks Service Select, MA Lighting, GDTF, Robe lighting, vectorworks 2019, macOS Mojave, Lumion LiveSync, Linked Panoramas, 360 rendered panoramas, General Device Type Format (GDTF), Vectorworks 2019 Service Pack 3, Vectorworks Graphics Sync (VGS) API, Lumion, LiveSync plug-in, Michael Brightman, My Virtual Rig (MVR), Vectorworks Spotlight 2019, Vision 2019
For International Women’s Day this year, we want to celebrate Dwyer Architectural, the women-owned firm with locations in Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo, New York. Established in 2010, their nineteen-person firm has worked tirelessly within the healthcare, medical research, and higher education fields to create stunning designs for their clients. In 2013, they applied for and were accepted into the New York State Minority and Women Business Development (NY MWBE) program, allowing them to become a certified women-owned firm, a change that has helped them make a name for themselves within the architecture industry.
Topics: Vectorworks Architect, BIM, Syracuse, Rochester, NY MWBE program, women-owned firm, International Women’s Day, Dwyer Architectural, Buffalo, New York, Kelly Yahi, Kimberly A. Dwyer, Maternity Renovation, Upstate University Hospital Community Campus, Curt Henry, Community Memorial Hospital
Topics: Jeremy Powell, Land8, BUILD magazine, BIM software, Designer Awards, Jessie Wilson, Best BIM Software Developer 2019, 2019 Designer Awards, LUX-Life Magazine, Megan Cashmore, One to Watch in 2019
Valentine’s Day may be over, but we have an extra special treat for you to indulge in. Here is your February tech roundup filled with our latest tips and tutorials to keep you ahead of the curve…
Topics: Vectorworks Spotlight, Braceworks, February Tech Roundup, Moving from AutoCAD, schematic 3D model, slab styles, Ben Elmore, Spotlight Essentials Seminar, wall styles, floor objects, Manipulating 3D Geometry, Editing Solids, on-demand webinar
It’s that time of year again, and the third year that we are sponsoring awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF). KCACTF is designed to celebrate college theater in the United States and help students develop their creative and technical skills. Coincidentally, this year marks the 50th anniversary of this national program.
To pay tribute to The Wiz’s 40th anniversary, TUTS (Theater Under the Stars) in Houston, Texas presented its own rendition of this classic Broadway musical. New York-based lighting designer Alex Jainchill was tasked to light the production.
The weather outside may be frightful, but this month’s tech roundup is so delightful! Here’s what we have in store for our users:
Once again, Spotlight proved to be a time saver and collaboration facilitator. Isak Gabre, the former systems and project manager at the Royal Swedish Opera, recently used our software to create a gothic video projection to coincide with the opening of Dracula at the opera house. You can read more about his success on our website.