TruScope Export


Enhance your Autodesk® Revit® projects with our plugin, designed to export information into a format compatible with TruScope, allowing for AR rendering of your models. Here's a simple guide to using this plugin:


New Feature: Direct Upload to TruScope Cloud

You can now upload the model directly to the TruScope Cloud straight from Revit. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Select the TruScope project. It will be saved in your Revit file.
  2. Link Revit 3D views with TruScope Layers. Create TruScope Layers if there are none.
  3. Push one or multiple 3D views directly to the TruScope Cloud.


 Using the Plugin

  1. Initiate Export: The plugin converts the currently open 3D view in Revit into a file format that TruScope can read, turning your selected 3D view into a Model Layer.  
  2. File Naming: You have the flexibility to name the exported file as you wish. The Model Layer will adopt the name of your 3D view in Revit, making it easy to identify. 
  3. Conversion Time: The conversion process is detailed and may take some time. Your patience during this step is appreciated. 
  4. Uploading to TruScope: Once the conversion is complete, you will obtain a .truscope file. This file needs to be uploaded to the TruScope Web Dashboard for further use.


Model Alignment for AR: 

To accurately align your model in TruScope at a 1:1 ratio in AR, follow these steps: 

  • QR Anchors: Incorporate special objects into your model using the "TruScope QR Anchor" family, available for download from the TruScope Dashboard. These QR Anchors must have unique values in the ID within a single 3D view, and ideally, throughout the entire project, to avoid confusion. 
  • Inclusion in 3D View: Ensure that these QR Anchors are included in at least one 3D view. Anchors not included in the export will not be available for model alignment in AR. 
  • Avoid Duplicate Anchors: Including the same QR Anchor in multiple exported views can lead to duplicates in the application, potentially confusing users (both will still work though). 
  • QR Anchor Position: When placed on a vertical surface (e.g. wall) make sure that the 3D text is facing the user. The rotation matters, it's not just a point. 


By following these steps, you'll be able to bring your Revit models to life in AR, offering a new dimension to your architectural presentations and analyses.


バージョン 1.6.0, 2024/06/07
Connected version of the plugin that allows uploading models directly from Revit to TruScope Cloud.


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