“Since we announced The Wild we have been overwhelmed by requests for tight integration with Revit,” according to The Wild founder and CEO Gabe Paez. “Our Revit Add-In will streamline workflow for teams working in architecture, engineering, and construction by allowing them to import and automatically optimize their Revit model for streaming with one easy click”.
This new process automatically creates a collection of assets from components in the Revit file, streamlining the workflow into a simple process. Revit is a market leader for building information modeling and is widely used by BIM Managers, architectural designers, structural and MEP engineers, and Virtual Design and Constructions Managers.
Collaborating on spatial designs in 2D is problematic because details get missed when stakeholders cannot explore and experience a space until it is physically constructed. The Wild enables all project stakeholders to experience the design immersively, together, in real-time, from anywhere in the world. With this latest release, Revit users can enjoy more effective communication, more confident decisions, and better alignment with teammates and clients by viewing their work together at human-scale. Paez adds, “Streaming your Revit models into The Wild for presentation and review will fundamentally redefine expectations for the design process. Once we shift from visualizing ideas to experiencing them we can achieve new levels of comprehension and alignment, magnifying our capacity to find and focus on the best solutions in the earliest stages of a design all the way through construction.”
About The Wild
The Wild, an immersive collaboration platform, uses virtual and augmented reality to enable architects, designers, and VDC teams to save time and make better decisions by experiencing their work together, immersed in a shared virtual space. With native support for SketchUp and Revit, The Wild aims to shape the future of collaboration by connecting people and their ideas across distance into a shared experience. For more information, visit thewild.com.