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ArchiCAD 11 includes Virtual Trace and Visual Compare

ArchiCAD has been designed to provide architects with 2-D and 3-D modeling tools.

ArchiCAD 11 adds a variety of new features including “Virtual Trace”, allowing users to create 2-D and 3-D models simultaneously. The “Visual Compare” feature allows you to synchronize the differences between the models. The “Interior Elevations” feature is a new tool used in living modeling views, and the Worksheet Tool feature transforms model views into 2-D design documents.

Other enhancements include more complex element geometry, the ability to link building elements into a single project, improved selection tools and operations, as well as line and fill consolidation, and improved support for the use of building names. long files. Furthermore, the next version also improves the creation of PDF files and introduces support for the DWG 2007 file format, as well as the ability to download and publish content via Google 3D Warehouse.

System requirements are Mac OS X 10.4 or later, a G5 or Intel processor, 1 GB of RAM, 500 MB of available hard disk space, 1,280 x 1,025 pixel resolution, 64 MB of VRAM, and QuickTime 7 or later.