OpticVyu Integration With BIM 4D Renderings

Compare the BIM 4D design model against as-built imagery to verify if the construction is progressing as expected.

Reality vs Design

To compare planned construction with actual construction, OpticVyu has BIM 4D model integration allowing users to compare the BIM renderings against as-built site imagery captured by the construction camera in overlay mode and split mode.

Overlay Mode:

The overlay mode enables a seamless comparison between the BIM renderings and the as-built site imagery. Users can superimpose the real-world captured image onto the digital representation of the planned construction. This allows for a visual examination of how well the construction matches the intended design, highlighting any deviations, inconsistencies, or areas that require attention.

Split Mode:

In addition to overlay mode, OpticVyu also offers a split mode, which facilitates a side-by-side comparison. By dividing the screen, users can simultaneously view the BIM rendering and the actual construction image. This side-by-side analysis allows for a more detailed inspection.

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Don't have a BIM Model for your project?

Don’t have a BIM Model for your project? Don’t worry!

OpticVyu further extends its services to create a BIM Revit Model for your project which is good enough to be overlaid. OpticVyu ensures to extract the perfect renderings pertaining to the different stages of a project & upload them to the OpticVyu dashboard for element-to-element comparison.


  1. Contact OpticVyu to get the construction camera installed at your project site.
  2. Submit the BIM Revit Model or submit the project layout drawings & let OpticVyu create a BIM Revit Model for your project.
  3. OpticVyu to enable integration by uploading BIM Model Rendering to your project monitoring dashboard.


  1. In order to achieve a smooth BIM – Construction Camera integration, we recommend installing a construction camera oriented towards building elevation.
  2. Submitting the completed BIM Revit Model help in keeping the same renderings throughout the project duration. An incomplete model may lead to the repeated extraction & uploading of the renderings and will also hinder in apple to apple comparison.
  3. We strongly recommend keeping the camera location intact throughout the project duration.