VIM will be showcasing Revit BIM experiences on Magic Leap’s spatial computing device, Magic Leap One, at Autodesk University 2019 in Las Vegas (Booth AE220). Experience the fastest, most universal format for accessibility to BIM, utilizing the power of Magic Leap One.
As the pioneer of the next computing platform, Magic Leap has created a lightweight, wearable spatial computer that seamlessly blends the digital and physical worlds. And thanks to Magic Leap and our architectural partners, who are providing this capability in many facets of the design-build life cycle, we’re excited to bring this technology to the larger Architectural community.
Where it’s working
In the face of unprecedented demand for affordable housing and increasing construction labor shortages, Skender’s modular solutions provide significant schedule reductions and quality gains for multifamily projects, as well as healthcare and hospitality. In Skender’s upcoming Chicago projects, multifamily housing modules will leave the factory 95% complete. Once on-site, apartment modules will be stacked together with a bolt-and-pin system and additional welding. Stone accents and brick claddings can be added to help the building blend into the specific neighborhood, bringing the project in at least 40% faster than that of a traditional model.