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2016 SketchUp 3D Basecamp Recap

June 17, 2016 in News Blog

Tip: Once the 360-degree viewer loads, click and drag the image above to explore Steamboat Springs! I just returned from Trimble’s 2016 3D Basecamp, SketchUp’s biannual user conference, which this year was held in Colorado’s super-beautiful resort of Steamboat Springs. This year’s iteration, which drew over 600 participants, featured five days of presentations, lots of industry […]

Scripting 101: Learn to Code with SketchUp (my 2016 #3DBasecamp presentation)

June 15, 2016 in Tutorials

This page provides some additional information for my presentation at the 2016 3D Basecamp on Wednesday, June 15th 10:30 am – 12:00 pm in Sleeping Giant Description: Get your hour of code right here, right inside SketchUp! Learn the basics of coding with SketchUp’s Ruby language during this talk with just a few, easy-to-follow exercises. Coding […]

Information Modeling in SketchUp: An Overview (my 2016 #3DBasecamp presentation)

June 13, 2016 in Tutorials

This page provides some additional information for my presentation at the 2016 3D Basecamp on.Monday, June 13th 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm in Sleeping Giant Description: Counter to popular belief, SketchUp can do much more than just “sketching”. This session dives deeper into the software, exploring techniques for creating parametric, data-loaded Dynamic Components, deploying the […]

SketchUp Basecamp 2016 Announced

September 24, 2015 in News Blog

The folks at SketchUp just today announced 3D Basecamp 2016, their next iteration of this user conference. After last time in Vail, this event will be a bit further in the mountains, in Steamboat Springs, CO, and it’ll take place in June. As always, It’ll be an amazing venue for learning more about SketchUp and meeting […]

Why Component-Based Modeling Makes Sense

November 10, 2014 in Tutorials

As I describe in chapter 3 of my book, a component-based modeling workflow makes a lot of sense. It allows you to use a hierarchical model organization, work with attributes, dynamic components and – most recently – Industry Foundation Classes (IFC). I covered this approach at Trimble’s SketchUp 3D Basecamp in Vail earlier this year. You can […]

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