Come along for a heckle if you’re around! JRead more "Next world tour stop….Brighton!"
I attended Digital Construction Week at Excel in London a few weeks back. Amazing how the show has grown and developed over the last few years. I was struck by the number, breadth and depth of exhibitors there. Covering all aspects of digital across the Built Environment. I wondered how many of these firms existed […]Read more "The Millennial Dilemma"
you see them every day… absorbed, distracted, walking down the street, oblivious to their surroundings, some even appear to talk to themselves, complete with gestures and hand signals. of course they’re engaged with a piece of tech. usually a smart phone which most of the time is visible but sometimes not. so you can understand. […]Read more "they walk among us…the zombies are here…"
While industry continues to grapple with implementing BIM Level 2, some lead, others are thinking about following. Others don’t care but I have a feeling they soon will! There will come a time, perhaps within a decade, and for some much sooner, when Level 2 will be far behind us. We won’t even talk about […]Read more "Brave New World – BIM As Usual…"
We held our latest quarterly Alliance forum last week. We had to get a bigger room at the IET in Savoy Place. (Big shout out to Rick Hartwig and the IET team for their constant support – thank you guys!) Around 75 of us were together to listen to the latest update on the progress […]Read more "UK BIM Alliance – The end………..of the beginning!*"
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?” […]Read more "The future of VR"
Evolve or die! Pevsner talked about the Zeitgeist, or the Spirit of the Age. I wonder how he would have summed up where we are now? Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I don’t like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that. – Bill […]Read more "Look forward or look back? – Evolve or die!"