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Lumion is an exciting and powerful visualizing engine capable of taking ordinary Sketchup or Revit files and turning them into a masterpiece. Originally created for architects, Lumion is now used by thousands in architecture, landscape architecture, design and engineering. The power in Lumion is making texturing, assembling and rendering something you can not only do, but actually look forward to.
Join me as we take a closer look at what Lumion is and how it can help your or your firm as I go over the basics of the interface, navigation, placing objects, terrain and how you can download the trial version for yourself, including hardware requirements for this software.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
My name is Sam Lytle and I am passionate about 3D visualization. In this audio file I explain my background and credentials and let you know how you can learn more about me and what I do.
Lumion is a powerful visualization engine created for architects but with applications for a wide variety of fields. Because it is essentially a game engine, you will need a decent machine. You can find the requirements at the link included and I have also added them here:
Lumion Minimum System Requirements
OS: 64-bit Windows Vista, 7 or 8
Lumion Recommended System Specifications
OS: 64-bit Windows Vista, 7 or 8
|Section 2: Using Lumion|
Every 3D modeling/visualization software program has a different way to navigate and interact with the menu. In this lecture I go over the basics of getting around in Lumion.
While Lumion isn't necessarily a 3D modeling program, you can, in fact, edit terrain if you aren't bringing in your own terrain and aerial imagery. In this lecture I show the basics of terrain editing as well as creating grass.
Lumion makes it very easy to quickly create a scene by bringing assembling 3D models from the included 3D library. In this lecture I bring together a home, trees, a car and more and then render the image. I've included the rendered images in this lecture so you can compare them against your own.
|Section 3: Conclusion|
I really appreciate the time you have taken to take this introductory course in Lumion. If you want to learn more advanced techniques in Lumion, I recommend you check out my other courses Lumion for Architects (Coming soon) and Lumion for Engineering and Construction (Coming soon) where I discuss using Lumion with Sketchup, animating and rendering full HD videos.
To learn more about me and Civil FX, please visit www.civilfx.com
If you have any questions, also feel free to email me personally.
Over the past several years my interest in modeling and rendering engineering data has developed into a passion and even a large part of my career. This field is exciting as new software programs and processes are being developed each year that make for better, faster and cheaper project visualizations. Civil FX is my effort to share with and connect the world to the best of project visualizations from a civil engineering perspective. This includes roads, bridges, sites, foundations, construction and more. I recently left my job to pursue Civil FX full-time.
The software I use includes AutoCAD, Microstation, InfraWorks, Sketchup, 3ds Max, Lumion, Navisworks and other CAD and visualization software.
I am a licensed engineer and Civil FX is the intersection of my education and experience in civil engineering with my passion for video games and special effects.
I am also a husband, father of three and live with my family in Southern Nevada.