The future of VR

If you haven’t come across Jaron Lanier yet, I suggest you do! His career goes right back to the early days of BIM related VR/AR and I like his thinking and approach precisely because he challenges the status quo, and set patterns of rigid parochialism and hierarchies. Try his other books “Who owns the future?” […]

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#2050mentoring @2050group

Attended a great event tonight – a speed mentoring event organised by the 2050 group, at the offices of G+T , which strangely is also my favourite drink! (Hendricks with a slice of cucumber………priceless!) Anyway this was a quick fire event, with mentees meeting mentors for 15 minutes to discuss whatever they want. Apparently there was […]

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#nomoreUKBIMCREW

I wasn’t there, but I understand that at BIMShowLive this week, someone who I know, respect and work with had the line “No to UK BIM crew” in his presentation. It provoked a debate, and made me think. I was planning to write something else but just had to write this first! If you follow […]

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We need to keep talking about BIM!

Joey Gardiner has written an article in Building, discussing the recent postings related to Tony Bingham’s article. You can see it here: http://www.building.co.uk/communities/construction/bim/barriers-to-bim/5064486.article#commentsubmitted My response is below: We need to keep talking about BIM…. Well the debate continues……great, bring it on! Firstly I’m just wondering where this scaremongering and scepticism is really coming from? Certainly early […]

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