…and select a view
…and press start
…and amaze people
Stephen Holmes | Practice BIM Manager & Partner | Foster + Partners
LET YOUR WORK
Present your project from every angle, even at different daytimes.
There is no need to carefully adjust your perspective before rendering, just start Enscape and fly to the spots you like. It's fully dynamic and: A lot of fun!
Enscape will make your life easier and delight your clients after seeing their project!
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Ian Siegel | BIM Practice Specialist | Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF)
ONE CLICK TO
Give your customers the VR experience as if your architecture is already built: With Oculus Rift and Enscape, a virtual walkthrough of your Revit-designed building is only one click away.
Stop explaining your drawings – start amazing people with your ideas and offer them a virtual reality experience of their architectural project.
Caleb LoweryThomas | Shafer Architects LLC
Enscape usually runs alongside Revit, reflecting all the changes in your construction in realtime. Additionally, you can export the Enscape walkthrough as a stand-alone executable file to distribute to your clients or colleagues. They can explore your work and even change the time of day.
Jacob D’Albora | RPA Design | Charlotte, NC
“We were immediately impressed with how little time and effort is required to produce real-time design reviews and high-quality renderings. What used to take days now takes minutes. We’re rolling out Enscape to all our global offices.”
“We have been using Enscape as both a design presentation and decision making tool. It seamlessly integrates into our BIM process with minimal training. Enscape’s immediate feedback to design changes of geometry, material finishes, lighting and acoustics directly from the BIM model is a significant benefit.”
“Using Enscape for real-time visualisation and rendering has enabled us to accurately communicate our engineering design intent to our clients and stakeholders. The ability to walkthrough BIM models and regenerate design changes without leaving Revit is a ‘real time’ saver. This is especially important in our industry, where design changes require clear communication on the go!”