Using the BIM method (an acronym for Building Information Modelling), all of the project information is collected in a model/database replica of the building, which will be produced and then maintained. It is a type of “virtual prototype”, which allows us to understand the physical and functional characteristics of the construction. This information includes the stratigraphy of the construction elements, models, systems, fixtures and materials used. The documentation can be generated and updated to the current development status of the project automatically: plans, elevations, sections, three-dimensional vertical sections, renderings, metric calculations, schedules and more. The use of this virtual prototype greatly facilitates the choice of design decisions, by anticipating ways to resolve problems that would otherwise subsequently arise at the site and, in some cases, avoiding their onset. In this essay, we will introduce the theme of how colour management forms part of this method and where colour is generally used in CAD systems.
|Titolo:||An introduction to colour management in BIM projects|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|
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