Monday, July 24, 2017

Visualive3D – Export 3D Models to Many AR/VR Platforms

From the Autodesk App Store:

This plugin allows you to push your 3D model to many platforms for AR/VR purposes with simply one click. You set your 3D view with section box and click push to device. You instantly will be able to see the model in HoloLens, GearVR, iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

There are 3 products in this plugin:
HoloLive (Available): Allows you to upload your models from Autodesk® Revit® to HoloLens and position the model to the right coordinate system using marker/survey control in the field or you can visualize it with smaller scale using the scale tool in HoloLive app.

MobiLive (coming soon):  Allows you to upload your models from Revit to iOS/Android so you are able to walk into the model with your touch, orbit around the model and take advantage of AR capability.

VRLive (coming soon): Allows you to upload your models from Revit to a virtual reality headset, mainly GearVR and be able to walk in your design.

Simply set your section box and click on push to device.

Easily sign in your device with Revit for fisrt time using scan option.

iOS and Android


It comes with a 7 days trial and up to 10 models can be loaded. With paid subscription, you will have no limit on uploading/loading models. For more information, please visit:

About This Version

Version 1.0.0, 7/24/2017 – Initial release to store.

Visualive3D is brought to you by Visual Live 3D. Pricing was not known at press time.

This add-in is compatible with Revit 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015.

There's more information available on the Autodesk App Store.


Anonymous said...

Adding pictures is always a great idea. It helps in understanding the things better. Now I want to buy the new vr headset for my smartphone.

Unknown said...

hi am new for this a just want to know when my account is approval for free trail, last morning i created account for visualive3D site but when am sigh in to visualive, Your account has not been approved by your administrator This error message is showing please help me.

Tim Grimm said...

You'll need to go to the Visual Live 3D website and contact them.