How To Make A Pano Tour From Revit

Make Camera View from where the center of the spherical rendering will be. I recommend 4 feet from floor for interiors. Test render, confirming lighting, materials, and exposure are correct Select border of View, switch to a plan View and Copy Camera View to the next position (or Duplicate Camera View and Move) Rotate, placing […]

Converting Revit Panorama Renderings to Equirectangular Projection

Whereas some Web viewers for pano and spherical images require equirectangular projection, but Revit pano cloud rendering makes cube mapping, here is a way to convert those renderings. Make pano rendering from Revit How to… Download your rendering(s)… Extract <image.png> from the .zip Cut the image into six pieces One way to do it is to use […]

Lighting Revit Cloud Rendering Scenes

Autodesk Revit’s cloud rendering service has several settings for lighting scenes. It seems to use HDRI lighting skydomes. By default, it has Native, which has similar lighting to how the rendering will result with the desktop Revit app. Other lighting options will result in dramatically different effects. Once an initial scene is rendered, one can […]

Turning artwork to mesh for import to Revit

This is a tutorial on making meshes for the Mesh Import app, which lets us bring meshes into Revit’s project environment. This is one way of making a mesh. The free online app, Tinkercad, lets one import an SVG and turn it into a solid. Tutorial Find or make an image and turn it into SVG format. is […]