BIM Without Borders: Videos posted (mostly)

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On January 15th the #BIMseason commenced with a joint presentation by Charmaine Ferguson, Matt Rumbelow and Jon Mirtschin present on the topic of Worldly BIM. The speakers share their experiences and work in locations including the USA, London, China, Vietnam, Denmark and South Africa.
BIM local Jon Mirtschin wrapped up the evening by outlining some of the features of the newly released IFC4 and various tools which utilise the standard for information and geometry exchange.


Charmaine Palmer gives an outline of her work in BIM to-date, including integrating BIM into the Deakin course structure.


Matt Rumbelow with on overview of OpenBIM. (NB. Due to technical difficulties we were unable to capture all the vision of this presentation. This will be added to this video shortly. Please check back again soon.


Jon Mirtschin talks about  IFC and geometry exchange from the BIM Day Out. Due to technical difficulties the presentation from BIM without Borders will be made available shortly.

Event Feedback:

“Hi Charmaine, 
I enjoyed the recent BIM presentation, I was pretty excited about Johns work. The Grasshopper/ Rhino BIM pipeline has always been a keen interest of mine. I do all my modelling in Rhino and doco in Revit and have been seeking a way to meaningfully exchange data between them. 
Please put me on a mailing list for similar events in the future 
I recently had a work experience kid in here and we gave them a concept job in Revit and it was amazing what they achieved in only a week
Regards
Mike”
Mike Nowson, Director 3iD Studios, Geelong

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