Takes everything you've got....or at least the Steering Wheel and a Revit Camera View.
The Steering Wheel
The Steering Wheel is a new navigation tool that's been implemented in the 2009 Revit Family of products. Those familiar with the most recent version on Autodesk Design Review will recognize this tool. The tool has been implemented across all Revit Products, as well as all AutoCAD-based products. We think it will create a common interaction method across these major platforms, and allow for nice walthroughs to boot...
Enough talking though, you all don't come here religiously to hear my random musings, you're here for some nice video!
Note: I just got the newest version of Camtasia and I can't seem to figure out why this video is so large. Sorry for the big file, but I had to move on after spending an hour trying to get it to shrink down.
You'll notice that I used a Revit model of my apartment for this video, which is a project I've been modeling on the side. As my lovely wife likes to say, I'm a "huge dork", so I just couldn't resist the opportunity to build a model of our apartment. I'm sure that I'll blog a bit more about that process, as it's been quite interesting (modeling the couch took FOREVER for me, as I'm a relative newbie in Family Editor).
In the interim though, I thought I'd throw up a couple of renderings that I created using the shiny new MentalRay rendering engine....cause I just wouldn't be living up to my "huge dork" title otherwise.