Autodesk Project Vasari – a lite version of Revit to make BIM accessible and viable for all?

David Light on his blog Revit enthuses about a ‘lite’ version of Revit.

I am struggling to contain my excitement, but there is a storm a coming!!!

With Paul Morrell recently calling for more projects, indeed, all public projects to be managed through a BIM platform, could this be the killer that brings BIM within the use of all sectors in the built environment, ie design, construction and facilities management? (Cost and steep learning curve are often the main reasons for contractors and designers alike for not even exploring BIM).
Project Varasi is now live – sign in to the Autodesk Labs website to download
The version is a technology preview which I see will operate until May 15, 2011, a great opportunity to explore and learn?
http://www.youtube.com/v/_KqMmr_yhIs&hl=en&fs=1&hd=1
Detailed BIM modeling tools have been removed from Project Vasari but provides the opportunity to explore performance based 3D design
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