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Bim: Tridify Vs Pixyz Vs Native

Discussion in 'External Tools' started by Cascho01, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. Cascho01

    Cascho01

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    Hi,

    to import BIM data including 3d-models and connected parameters into Unity I know about these solutions:

    Tridify:
    Unity-Blog, December 6, 2018
    Unity-Blog, April, 18, 2019
    AssetStore
    Website

    PIXYZ:
    Unity-Blog, December 14, 2018
    UnityStore

    Native:
    Unity-Blog, November 13, 2018
    Unity-Reflect

    Native Revit To Unity to be expected in Fall of 2019.

    What plugin would you prefer if you had to decide today?
    I would like to read about your experiences, ideas, suggestions.
    Any info is welcomed!
     
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2019
  2. nawash

    nawash

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    Hi,
    Just to let you know I've written a Revit plugin to export Revit project to Unity without using cloud transfer or IFC.
    I can of course, on demand, add specific Revit Data.
    I use the Revit API in this plugin so I can access a LOT of data :)

    N
     
  3. Cascho01

    Cascho01

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    Cool, anything that I could try?
    Any product, assetstore-entry?
     
  4. nawash

    nawash

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    Thanks.
    Yes you can try the plugin (I'll contact you). No asset store entry yet since I focus on adding features matching each specific use case (instead of a "generic" asset store entry that would be "too" generic).
     
  5. Daoqi

    Daoqi

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    Are you planning to make this Revit plug-in available on Asset Store?
     
  6. patndave

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    Hi, I'd be very interested in trying this plugin as well. Which version of Revit have you tested it against?

    Thanks!
     
  7. Miia_Tridify

    Miia_Tridify

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    Tridify is not discoverable in Asset Store anymore. Because our service is an online, cloud-based service, that requires a user to register and sign in, and since our Asset Store Partner Agreement with Unity ended, we are not qualified in Asset Store (Submission Guidelines, section 1.4).
    We are sorry for any inconvenience.
    We will continue to develop and support our tools. You find Tridify BIM Tools for Unity here:
    https://www.tridify.com/developers/unity/