Room modelling

Below several ways to handle 3D models for use in ODEON are illustrated: 

Understand the principles of room modeling and definition of surface proporties. Step through the demos of Extrusion modelling, parametric modelling, CAD import, material assignation, verification and adjustment of room models and geometry debugging. If you use Google SketchUp get SU2ODEON.

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ODEON features for room modelling

Import & adjustment of room models from .dxf or .3ds format Possibility to use the digital models created by architects or others. Advanced automatic tools for improving models during import. Adjustment of model to wanted coordinatesystem or part of larger geometry.
Plugin for Google SketchUp Get SU2ODEON in order to import and manage SketchUp models in ODEON. layer import included as well as unique surface numbers.
Odeon extrusion modeller The ODEON extrusion modeller is a fast modelling tool to use if you primarily create room models for use in ODEON. You can attach a background drawing and create extrusions based on this.
Parametric modelling In the ODEON Editor you can use a parametric modelling language that can be usefull to know if you want to change things in existing models or combine two extrusion models.
Use of layers in models Facilitates the assignment of material properties to the relevant surfaces, particularly useful with large models.
Tools for verification and adjustment of room models Easy localisation of problems like overlapping surfaces or models with gaps and leaks.
Large library of materials with absorption coefficients Easy assignment of materials with absorption coefficients to the surfaces.
Unique colour code for absorption materials in OpenGL display Look into the 3D model and see where the absorption materials are located.