Descriptive Geometry, CAD, BIM, and then....?

The First Keynote | Given by Dr. Rafael Sacks,

from Technion - Israel Institute of Technology:


This is a grayscale portrait of Dr. Sacks. He is wearing a pinstripe suit and smiling towards the camera.

Descriptive Geometry, Computer-Aided Design, Building Information Modeling, and then....? 

by Rafael Sacks

This presentation explores the novelty of Chuck Eastman's vision for BIM as object based multi-dimensional representation of buildings. Reflecting on what might come after BIM - the next generation development of semantic, federated and intelligent property graph representations of building designs for concurrent collaborative design.