Image How engineers and urban planners can evaluate wind comfort and safety of pedestrians [sponsored content]

Image For this year’s Key Customer Conference and launch of ArchiCAD 23, Graphisoft opted to hold it in Las Vegas, the first time in the USA

Image Our 3rd annual exploration of the future of design and construction technology took place last month in London. And the robots stole the show!

ImageVR+ARCH: workflows in past, present and future - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Harnessing the power of real-time ray tracing - NXT BLD London, June 2019

ImageNavigating challenges surrounding AR and VR hardware - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image  How Fortnite is changing AEC -NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Advanced Robots for Advanced Architecture - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image  Bringing architectural design into VR - NXT BLD London, June 2019

ImageExtra-Terrestrial Architecture - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image The future of digital fabrication - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Accelerating design decisions with rapid visualisation - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image What if human-like mobility could be added to automation on construction sites? - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Addressing the increasingly urgent requirement of decreasing embodied energy and waste in construction - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image The impact of automated web VR workflows and streamlined collaboration - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Exploring forms through Computational Design to Digital Fabrication - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Getting it real: AEC workflows real-time, real fast and ray traced - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Dialogue between architecture and robotic construction - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Silicon and Sawdust – Deconstructing Construction - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Between the folds - Towards a material revolution - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image  User Defined Software - NXT BLD London, June 2019

ImageFrom real-time to realism - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Re-imagine cities of the future with next gen visualisation - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Applications of Mixed Reality in design and construction - NXT BLD London, June 2019

Image Support for standalone VR headset extends reach of team-wide VR collaboration for architecture and design

Image Greg Corke shares his first impressions of HP’s new VR headset which boasts a much higher resolution than others

Image Saif Khan, network manager at KPF, shares his experiences of moving the global architecture firm’s virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) workload to the cloud

Image A free application from the London Mayor’s office helps developers conform to planning rules and decide which rapid off-site construction technology best fits their design

Image Many AEC firms struggle to fully understand the different options for VDI and whether to go cloud or on-premise. Adam Jull of IMSCAD Global explores the benefits and costs

Image Public sector bodies can now choose Powerproject SaaS, IconSystem and ShireSystem