Envisioneer Online Question

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  • #14062
    Conweconwe
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    Does anyone know does the envisioneer online have more furniture and more floor and siding finishes etc. or what is it exactly?

    Or is it just for sharing purposes?

    Conrad

    #14075
    Jkzimmjkzimm
    Participant

    They have BIM files online. A variety of options both in terms of objects and materials.

    Is that what you mean?  Do you need instructions on how to load to Catalog?

    Jack

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    #14076
    Conweconwe
    Participant

    Jack,

    No, i know how to download BIM files and put it in the catalog but i was talking about a video i watched about Envisioneer Online  the link is below:

    https://www.envisioneeronline.com/

    I was just curious what it really is or does it have more features or is it just to be online while doing drawings and then you’re able to share it better with other people?

    Conrad

    #14086
    JRVJRV
    Participant

    Interesting. Sort of an “Envisioneer 365 Basic”.

    FWIW, as a future project, my preference (lower-case ‘p’) for a SAAS add-in for today’s x86 Env would be a pay-as-you-go 3D TrueView for those with older, or productivity-application-oriented PCs with integrated graphics. (Looking at you, Surface Pro 7.) I’d set up the view, maybe do a low-quality rendering on my device to test, then offload the actual rendering to Cadsoft for a few US dollars.

    Maybe offload a fully-rendered animation for many US dollars.

    Although…my Preference (upper-case ‘P’) would still be to offload rendering to another computer on my LAN that is too old to use for anything else! I always have at least one of those hanging around as an emergency spare. Just give us a read-only version of Env that has everything removed except the rendering engine. Doesn’t even need a GUI (although a GUI would be nice). Could be CLI.

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    Would also love it if the UI refinement in the video could come to the x86 product. Since it’s designed for phones, the touch-screen on my computer could be put to good use, especially for things like placing furniture and dialog box selections, where precision is not important.

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