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WEBINAR: Escape (long viz waits) using Enscape – Part 2!
July 23 @ 11:45 am - 1:00 pm PDT
Our June webinar on Enscape – a program designed to work as an extension of common modeling programs Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, and ArchiCAD – was very successful but not long enough to cover all the information so we are having a part 2! The highlights of part 1 will be reviewed so having attended the first session is not necessary to follow along.
Typical rendering platforms and plugins utilize tons of resources (time and horsepower as well as hardware) to create compelling stories in the world of design visualization. Enscape is a multi-platform viz plugin that takes away this big impediment by effectively utilizing DirectX and providing a high degree of interactivity in real-time. This presentation will help you understand how Enscape works, the various platforms it supports and how to use It, not only for visualization, but also for VR/IR (virtual & immersive reality)
REGISTER HERE: sdasandiego.ticketleap.com/webinar-enscape-part-2/
PRESENTER: Gautam Shenoy and Alan Chan of Steinberg Hart
Gautam is the BIM-VDC Director for Steinberg Hart and has over eighteen years of experience in Building Information Modeling, Design Technology and project/systems collaboration. He is also a DBIA professional.
He has served as a PA / Technology Manager for the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara completed in 2014 and assisted with VDC on the San Diego International Airport – Terminal 2 West Expansion, a Design Build BIM project. Gautam was also the BIM Manager for the Tom Bradley International Terminal Renovation & Expansion at LAX in 2009/2010, a multi-phase, fast-track project which added over a million square feet to the existing terminals.
Gautam specializes in speaking at conferences about interdisciplinary collaboration strategies and trade coordination on traditional design-assist and design-build projects. He takes immense interest in teaching and believes sharing his knowledge is fundamental to professional development and personal well-being.
Alan graduated from Woodbury University in 2012, with his Bachelors in Architecture. He gained six years of experience in single family work while in school. After graduating, Alan gained three years of experience in urban design/master planning, before joining Steinberg Hart. At Steinberg Hart he has had had the ability to help influence and shape 3D BIM policy as well as implement emerging visualization and VR technologies into the firm.