Digital Spaces for Revit

Here you will find everything there is to know about creating a Digital Space for Revit

Start Here

Learn how to set views, render, and export to Select a render engine to get started.

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How it Works

A Digital Space is comprised of 360° renders and a 3d model. Export from most applications that support usd, dae, or fbx.

Step 1

Place views in your 3d model

Step 2

Render 360° equirectangular images of all views

Step 3

Export your 3d model and views

Step 4

Upload to

Behind the scenes

When inside a Digital Space, you are viewing a 360° equirectangular image mapped to your 3d model.

Projection from view location

Image projected to model

99%+ Model Reduction

When you upload your model to, we optimize it to around 5mb. Being this light-weight allows us to work on any device.

Original Mesh (2,300,000)

Optimized Mesh (23,000)


We support 360° equirectangular renders with a 2:1 aspect ratio.

Image types we accept




Max size


Resolutions (px)


2048 x 1024


4096 x 2048


8192 x 4096


Supported render applications

3D Files

We gather geometry and camera/views from your 3d model.

Model types we accept




Max size


Supported 3D applications

Place Views

Step 1 - By carefully selecting the placement of your viewpoints, you can create an experience that fully immerses your audience and showcases your design in the best possible light.









































Connect views

Try to provide users with multiple exits to another view. When users get stuck, they get annoyed!

Users can easily move around

Views connect through doors

Views connect at ends of stairs

Open doors

A Digital Space is to be explored. Opening doors invites viewers inside and provides a comfortable experience.

Get creative

We're all about allowing you to tell your story in the most epic way possible!

Place views in Enscape

Placing views in Enscape and Revit

Start Enscape

Extensions->Enscape->Start Enscape

Walk Mode

Navigate to where you would like the experience to start and enter Walk Mode.

View Management

Enter the View Management tab and Create View.

Create First View

Name: DS_01

Adjust Camera Position Y: 1.4

Pitch: 0.000°

Save Sun Position: off

Move to next location

Using WASD on your keyboard, walk to the next location you would like to place a view.

Create Second View

Name: DS_02

Adjust Camera Position Y: 1.4

Pitch: 0.000°

Save Sun Position: off

Repeat for every view

Keep moving around your scene creating views.

Render Images

Step 2 - Render your viewpoints as equirectangular maps.

Image formats




Easy Resolutions (px)


2048 x 1024


4096 x 2048


8192 x 4096

Max size


360° Images

Render your images as equirectangular (spherical) projections with an aspect ratio of 2:1

Any resolution in 2:1 aspect ratio

We only accept mono panos

Render in Enscape

Render with Enscape and Revit

Adjust Settings

Visual Settings -> Output-> Panorama

Select a Resolution

Batch Render

Open the Batch Rendering panel

Select all of your Digital Space Views (DS_)

Render Mono Panoramas

Output Images

Images ouput as .xml files


Export Scene

Step 3 - Export your model and cameras.

When you upload your model to we optimize it to 100k triangles. Here are tips on how to prepare your model for export.

Model types we accept




Turn off site models

Our optimizer can reduce 99% of file size, but exporting only the models users will see guarantees a great experience.

Isolate buildings

Export multiple models for split levels or large projects

Proxy items

Decorations, vegetation, or any models that are beyond 10 feet (3m) from the camera can be proxied and set to box.

Example of pool vegetation as a mesh

Example of pool vegetation as proxies set to box

Cameras and ceilings visible

We need both geometry and cameras in your export, and be sure to not leave your ceiling behind!

Export geometry and cameras/views

Remember to export the ceiling

Export in Revit

Export from Revit

Universal Scene Description (.usd)

We do not support .usd from Revit at this time

COLLADA (.dae)

We do not support .dae from Revit at this time

FBX (.fbx)

Navigate to File->Export->FBX

Enter a file name, a save location, and save as an fbx.


Step 4 - Upload your images and scene to

Sign in to upload

Create a Digital Space

From the dashboard, click "+ Digital Space" and enter a name.


Upload your model on the left and panos on the right.


Once your model has uploaded, you will see your cameras. Click "continue" to start processing your model.

Wait for images & model

Both the model and images will take a few minutes to process.

You will know images are done when the "Stop processing" button in the top right disappears.


Use the dropdown on each pano and select a camera it connects to.

If you are unable to select a camera, wait for the model or panos to finish processing.


Enter the "View" tab to see the experience.

You can go back to the project in the top left hitting "Project".

Enscape Users Only

Rotate Alignment

In the View tab, under Alignment, rotate the image counter-clockwise and Save.


Publish the experience in the top right.

Once published, you can copy the link or open in a new tab.

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