Currently, we support import from Revit via an OBJ export add-in that allows you to save your Revit content as a .obj file, and then import that file into The Wild via our importer. Download the version that corresponds with your version of Revit here:

Revit 2014/2015/2016
Revit 2017
Revit 2018
Revit 2019

Copy the files to C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Revit\Addins\2019
(Substitute 2014/2015/2016/2017/2018 depending on Revit version installed).

In Revit you can now export any 3d-view as a .obj file via the "Add-Ins" tab. Make sure to set the "Level of Detail" as low as possible for better performance and match the export units with the model units once you import into The Wild:

Now you can import the exported .obj file into The Wild via our importer.


Reach out with any questions you may have. We are excited to introduce our integrated solution soon, which will allow you to bring your Revit content into The Wild fast and intelligently, similar to what we already support in our SketchUp workflow.

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