12 Oct 2021
ODA Adds Animation to Visualize
Support for walk-throughs and complex scene animations
Scottsdale, AZ: October 12th, 2021—Open Design Alliance (ODA), provider of complete interoperability solutions for CAD and BIM, announced today new support for animation in its Visualize SDK (Software Development Kit). Visualize is a real-time 3D graphics engine for engineering design data.
The new animation support can apply translation, rotation and scaling to any object in a model. Separate animations can be applied to sub-elements of a complex object, achieving sophisticated animation effects. A new camera object supports walk-through animations for AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction).
“We can now generate walk-throughs for IFC and Autodesk® Revit® models on any device,” said Neil Peterson, ODA President. “Animation effects can also be used in combination with collision detection to create advanced simulations for mechanical assemblies.”
Screen capture of a building walk-through generated by ODA Visualize SDK
Availability and Pricing
Animation support is available in Visualize SDK version 22.7 and later, and is accessible to all ODA members at opendesign.com.
Pricing for ODA memberships can be found at opendesign.com/pricing.
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About Open Design Alliance
ODA develops complete interoperability solutions for CAD and BIM. Our SDKs provide data access, creation, visualization, web collaboration and publishing for a wide range of engineering file formats. ODA is supported by more than 1,200 member companies, including software developers, manufacturers, government entities, AEC firms, major retailers and other organizations spread across every engineering discipline.
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