November 13, 2019
Experience the Updated User Interface in RISA-3D
Structures in movies serve as more than just mere backdrops or settings. They play significant roles in storytelling, providing visual spectacle, symbolism, and often becoming iconic elements of the films themselves. Famous structures like the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, or the Golden Gate Bridge have been featured in films for decades, becoming instantly recognizable and evoking a sense of familiarity. These landmarks serve as visual shorthand, instantly transporting viewers to iconic locations. Moreover, structures can become integral to the plot, driving the narrative forward or acting as the focal point of key events. They can be sites of climactic battles, daring chase scenes, or heroic moments. Check out this list of just a few of our favorites. And maybe these structures will inspire you to watch the films. 1. Empire State Building - King Kong (1933) Editorial credit: ventdusud / Shutterstock.com The Empire State Building and King Kong have a famous connection through popular culture. In the 1933 film "King Kong," the iconic image of the giant ape climbing the Empire State Building has become one of the most recognized scenes in cinema history. The building stands at a height of 1,454 feet (443.2 meters) including its…
The Detail Report is great for reviewing the results and design of one member, but you often want to see the entire model’s forces or performance in RISA-3D. You can use the Result View Settings to graphically show force diagrams, deflections and design results on the model.
The new release of RISA-3D is right around the corner! Check out our teaser videos to enjoy a sneak peek at some of the most exciting new features!
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