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*Daniel Legarraga
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Elevations with shadows

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10-08-2004 06:00 AM
It's possible to have an elevation view with shadows as Archicad can do? I can make a render view but for presentation purpose I need an elevation more like "as traditional way"... Daniel
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: Elevations with shadows

10-08-2004 06:17 AM in reply to: *Daniel Legarraga
See the posts at www.augi.com. Real-time shadows very soon. "Daniel Legarraga" wrote in message news:41668f51$1_3@newsprd01... > It's possible to have an elevation view with shadows as Archicad can do? > I can make a render view but for presentation purpose I need an elevation > more like "as traditional way"... > > Daniel > >
*Scott Davis
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Re: Elevations with shadows

10-08-2004 08:24 AM in reply to: *Daniel Legarraga
There have been examples posted at AUGI, from Revit 7.0, due out by the end of the month, that shadows will be available. Not just in elevations, though! The example is a 3D Section/perspective view, with shawdows. There is also an example of the new dialog box showing how you can set shadows for any date, time, and place. SD "Daniel Legarraga" wrote in message news:41668f51$1_3@newsprd01... > It's possible to have an elevation view with shadows as Archicad can do? > I can make a render view but for presentation purpose I need an elevation > more like "as traditional way"... > > Daniel > >
*Danny P.
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Re: Elevations with shadows

10-08-2004 11:40 AM in reply to: *Daniel Legarraga
Although Augi is a better newsgroup in many ways, there's no need to go there to see a specific example of what you're requesting. See Matt Jezyk's post here on 10/1 entitled "A few images from Revit 7 - presentation views". Hope that helps, Danny Polkinhorn WATG Honolulu Scott Davis wrote: > There have been examples posted at AUGI, from Revit 7.0, due out by the end > of the month, that shadows will be available. Not just in elevations, > though! The example is a 3D Section/perspective view, with shawdows. There > is also an example of the new dialog box showing how you can set shadows for > any date, time, and place. > > SD > > "Daniel Legarraga" wrote in message > news:41668f51$1_3@newsprd01... > >>It's possible to have an elevation view with shadows as Archicad can do? >>I can make a render view but for presentation purpose I need an elevation >>more like "as traditional way"... >> >>Daniel >> >> > > >
*Scott Davis
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Re: Elevations with shadows

10-08-2004 12:27 PM in reply to: *Daniel Legarraga
Oh yeah, Matt did post them here, too! Thanks Danny for pointing that out! "Danny P." wrote in message news:4166df19$1_3@newsprd01... > Although Augi is a better newsgroup in many ways, there's no need to go > there to see a specific example of what you're requesting. See Matt > Jezyk's post here on 10/1 entitled "A few images from Revit 7 - > presentation views". > > Hope that helps, > Danny Polkinhorn > WATG > Honolulu > > > Scott Davis wrote: > > There have been examples posted at AUGI, from Revit 7.0, due out by the end > > of the month, that shadows will be available. Not just in elevations, > > though! The example is a 3D Section/perspective view, with shawdows. There > > is also an example of the new dialog box showing how you can set shadows for > > any date, time, and place. > > > > SD > > > > "Daniel Legarraga" wrote in message > > news:41668f51$1_3@newsprd01... > > > >>It's possible to have an elevation view with shadows as Archicad can do? > >>I can make a render view but for presentation purpose I need an elevation > >>more like "as traditional way"... > >> > >>Daniel > >> > >> > > > > > >
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