Epson, a Japanese electronics company and one of the world’s largest manufacturers of printers and imaging related equipment announced it collaborate with Autodesk to make it easier for engineers, designers and architects to smoothly continue in their active design. Design professionals using this software currently simply access Epson projectors inside Autodesk obtain, an internet service that permits designers to quickly discover, preview and transfer BIM files, models, drawings, and products specifications for their active layout (design) sessions.
Autodesk Revit software system helps architects and designers design buildings through BIM method. Architects, engineers and designers will seamlessly integrate Epson projectors into their 3D models created with Revit software system, permitting them to supply clients with a complete image of the output.
Epson supports design consultants and engineers effort to streamline their BIM workflow. This integration allows related industry-leading installation projector solutions to become an integral part of the development workflow, providing for effortless integration into 3D renderings. Now Epson’s product information and design files are available through Autodesk seek and include 3D BIM models, visual images, data sheets and product specifications with additional information added soon.
Some Epson projectors series are within Autodesk Seek are below:
Large Venue Series – With up to 10,000 lumens of color brightness, 10,000 lumens of white brightness and up to WUXGA Full HD resolution, these projectors offer powerful performance features and advanced display capabilities for virtually any venue. Projectors also feature built-in edge blending, 360-degree installation flexibility, up to seven optional power lenses, and lens shift.
PowerLite 1900 Series – Designed for medium to large sized boardrooms and meeting rooms, these projectors are network-ready and offer ultra-bright images with remote web monitor and control features.
BrightLink Pro-Series – A meeting room solution that transforms any flat surface into digital whiteboards and interactive spaces, BrightLink Pro models integrate multiple meeting room tools into one device to increase productivity and collaboration.
The collaboration between Epson and Autodesk highlights the importance and potential of projectors for a wide range of industries, including design, education and engineering. The Epson projector files are available for download on Autodesk Seek at http://seek.autodesk.com/epson. For additional information regarding Epson’s projection solutions, visit www.epson.com/projectors.
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