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TruScope Export

TruScope Export

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Are you looking to take your Autodesk Revit projects to the next level? Look no further than the TruScope Export plugin! This powerful tool is designed to enhance your Revit models by allowing for AR rendering, bringing your designs to life in a whole new way. In this review, we'll dive into the features of the TruScope Export plugin and how it can revolutionize your architectural presentations and analyses.


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Features of the TruScope Export Plugin

The TruScope Export plugin is a game-changer for Revit users, offering a seamless way to export models into a format compatible with TruScope for AR rendering. Let's take a closer look at some of the key features of this plugin:

Initiate Export: With just a few clicks, the plugin converts your current 3D view in Revit into a file format that TruScope can read, creating a Model Layer that can be used for AR rendering.

File Naming: You have the flexibility to name the exported file as you wish, making it easy to identify. The Model Layer will adopt the name of your 3D view in Revit, simplifying the organization of your files.

Conversion Time: The conversion process may take some time, but the detailed results are well worth the wait. Your patience during this step is appreciated as the plugin works its magic.

Uploading to TruScope: Once the conversion is complete, you will receive a .truscope file that needs to be uploaded to the TruScope Web Dashboard for further use, making it easy to access your models for AR rendering.


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Model Alignment for AR

One of the standout features of the TruScope Export plugin is its ability to accurately align your models in AR at a 1:1 ratio. Here's how you can achieve perfect model alignment for your architectural presentations:

QR Anchors: Incorporate TruScope QR Anchor objects into your model to facilitate alignment in AR. These unique objects can be downloaded from the TruScope Dashboard and should have distinct IDs within a single 3D view to avoid confusion.

Inclusion in 3D View: Make sure to include the QR Anchors in at least one 3D view for accurate alignment. Anchors not included in the export will not be available for model alignment in AR, so be thorough in your placement.

Avoid Duplicate Anchors: To prevent confusion, avoid including the same QR Anchor in multiple exported views. While duplicates will still work, it's best to keep things clear and streamlined for users.

QR Anchor Position: When placing QR Anchors on vertical surfaces, ensure that the 3D text is facing the user for optimal alignment. The rotation of the anchors is crucial for accurate AR rendering, so pay attention to detail in their placement.


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The TruScope Export plugin is a must-have for Revit users looking to elevate their architectural presentations with AR rendering. By following the simple guide provided by this plugin, you can bring your designs to life in a whole new dimension. Whether you're showcasing projects to clients or conducting detailed analyses, the TruScope Export plugin is sure to impress. Try it out today and see the difference it can make in your Revit workflow!


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