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IT: daylight analysis

Jamie Gwilliam highlights two useful daylight analysis resources for architects

The below whitepapers have been written to provide a clear understanding of the principles involved with daylight analysis. For many of you this is a new area, but certainly with the help of this whitepapers, in shouldn’t be a daunting one. The whitepapers can be downloaded by clicking on the relevant files, right.

  • Daylight Simulation in 3ds Max Design 2009: Getting Started
    Learn how to take models that were created in Revit® or AutoCAD® and import them into Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design to create accurate and compelling daylight simulations with the Exposure™ feature. This white paper is for the daylight simulation novice
  • Daylight Simulation in 3ds Max Design 2009: Advanced
    Learn about advanced concepts in daylight simulation using the Exposure™ feature in Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design. This white paper is for architects, designers, engineers, and visualization specialists who are familiar with daylight simulation and want to take it to the next level

    Source: Autodesk

    Daylight analysis in 3dsMax

 

 

 

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