Autodesk has certainly dominated the CAD/BIM industry for decades, and invested heavily (and branding) in 'reality capture', but there are many players out there. It's too bad that these marvelous design tools are so complicated, expensive, and brand oriented. Great buildings were built before electricity was even tamed -but that's another discussion...pbashiri wrote: ↑Wed Oct 17, 2018 5:13 amNot quit sure if Rhino would be an ideal software for scan to BIM. Most of BIM users are Architects and contractors and they are fluent either in Revit and/or CAD. In case of as built modeling in Revit you barely need any additional software. Insert Recap and you are good to go.
3D Studio MAX, 3D Coat, Lightwave, ZBrush, VRMesh, TopoGun, Blender, Rhino, Trimble Sketchup Etc.
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