Revizto

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Revizto
Revizto Logo
Developer(s)Vizerra
Stable release
4.3.3.38911 / May 2017
Operating system32-bit & 64-bit Windows, macOS, iOS, Android
TypeCAD Building Information Modeling Rendering Collaboration Software
LicenseProprietary software
Websitewww.revizto.com

Revizto (revisto - Latin for "visual check") - a cloud-based visual collaboration software for architects, engineers and contractors to communicate their design within the project team in a navigable 3D environment.

Overview[edit]

Using gaming technology and cloud solutions, Revizto brings together various BIM and CAD data to track all project issues in one centralized 3D environment. The Revizto platform is intuitive[citation needed], easy-to-learn[citation needed] and adaptable to BIM workflows.[citation needed] With Revizto, BIM implementation is streamlined, allowing AEC teams to speak a common language and share a single window into all project information.
Revizto converts Autodesk Revit BIMs and Trimble SketchUp models into interactive 3D environments with tools for collaboration and issue tracking platform.

Revizto is a cross-platform software that runs on 64-bit Windows, macOS, iOS and Android platforms and in most modern web browsers using Unity plugin.[1]

Revizto has been reviewed by Ralph Grabowski in "CAD Digest", by Michael Anonuevo in "Club Revit" and featured in article "Seven Digital Tools to Up Your Game" in "Architect magazine".[2][3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Revizto Viewer". Revizto.com. Retrieved 2014-01-11.
  2. ^ Seven Digital Tools to Up Your Game - Architect Magazine, July 4, 2013
  3. ^ Revizto: Effortless 3D Collaboration in Revit - Club Revit, February 6, 2014
  4. ^ Viewing, Sharing Revit and SketchUp Models with Vizerra Revizto - CAD Digest, March 12, 2013