Drawings and 3d models created in SoftPlan can be viewed with the free viewer on PC, iOS or Android device.
SoftPlan reView is further enhanced with SoftPlan+ that provides tools to produce stunning panoramas that utilise the gyroscope in hand held devices to look around in a room.
The viewer is free and gives instant access, anywhere, to SoftPlan drawings even by non-SoftPlan users!
Anyone (that you allow) has the ability to mark-up the drawing with comments, revisions, or create redline sketches. A great way for field personnel to access plans while on the site to record data such as material items or customer variations directly on the drawings.
The free reView viewer allows anyone to see your drawings and allows complete navigation of the 3D model, while security settings allow you to maintain control of your work.
|Features available from within SoftPlan (ReView module)|
|Features available with the FREE ReView viewer|
|Facilitate Communication With: |
SoftPlan reView is intended to assist in the communication with the client through the entire building process. Initially, it can be used to communicate design ideas to the client, as well as allowing the client to redline a design.
|Trade Contractors |
|All the architectural information is available in a reView file, making it valuable when dealing with trade contractors. Email a reView drawing to a trade contractor to create estimates or communicate design revisions. |
|Field Staff |
|Once construction is underway, reView is a helpful tool because all the information the field staff will ever need is stored on their device. If they need to know the size of something, they simply select it. If a dimension is required, just use the distance command. Material items can be created directly on the drawings. |
|Control Over the Drawing: |
|While SoftPlan reView was designed foremost as an effective communication tool, it is understood that as the designer or owner of a home plan, some control over your information may be required. When a reView file is being created from a SoftPlan drawing, the author will be asked several questions designed to control what information is available and how it may be used. |
|The SoftPlan user controls: |