On May 6 the Revit team released the RDB Link Tool for Revit Family via the Autodesk Labs site. Our team also released a Project Showroom 1.0.18 update on May 6. On Friday the Revit team released an update to the RDB Link Tool. Our team also released a Project Showroom 1.0.19 update on Friday. One might think we are copying off of the Revit team's paper, but it is just a coincidence. Another odd coincidence is that the updates of both technologies were on 05/06 and 06/05 in some sort of palindromic convergence.
Actually if anyone was to accuse us of copying it might be Project Dragonfly. Project Showroom now looks more consistent with Project Dragonfly. You can actually tell that both teams work for the same company. I kid. I kid. Actually we all feel that the new Project Showroom look looks fantastic. Thanks to our Product Designer, Mark Anderson, for his design. Thanks to Allen Ban, Ben Cochran, Brian Budge, Eddy Kuo, Frederic Loranger, Garfield Yin, Gyorgy Ordody, Jacky Lee, Jay Gao, John Hutchinson, John Schmier, Lily Gao, Richard Lu, Roberto Ziche, Rosella Conanan, Seema Jaisinghani, Sudheer Guntuka, Sydney Xu, Terence Wang, Tony Xu, and Yongmei Wang who turned that design into the service you see today. That was no coincidence. That was hard work. Make sure you check out the cool new scene fade in/out effect as you customize your own kitchen or bathroom. Remember - what you are seeing is not a photograph, It is indeed a computer rendering.
Updating our software as a service approach to kitchen and bathroom shopping software is alive in the lab.