Free license must be claimed by June 30.  Valid for all users with an active, full-commercial license of BricsCAD Pro V21 or higher (BIM, Mechanical or Ultimate)
BricCAD® now incorporates Twinmotion, a software product that provides real-time, immersive 3D architectural visualization, into BricsCAD® BIM. BricsCAD® BIM and Twinmotion deliver high-quality rendering capabilities for architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) urban planning and landscaping professionals. Powered by Epic Games’s Unreal Engine technology, Twinmotion allows BricsCAD users to transform their BIM and CAD models into richly detailed, captivating environments as high-quality images, panoramas, and standard or 360-degree videos. The connection keeps BricsCAD and Twinmotion models synchronized, enabling users to edit their models and make design decisions on-the-fly.


Twinmotion offers real-time, immersive 3D architectural visualization, using the power of Unreal Engine from Epic Games. Twinmotion is the perfect choice for architecture, construction, urban planning and landscaping professionals. It is not only easy to use, thanks to its intuitive icon-driven interface, but it is also easy to learn. You will be amazed how quickly your CAD or BIM model can become a real-time experience. All your BricsCAD model data can be exported, using the Datasmith plugin for Unreal Engine.

Visit the Twinmotion website ->   Try BricsCAD V21 for free
Benefits of Twinmotion
  • High quality, real-time rendering
  • Production of high-quality images, panoramas and videos, both standard or 360 degree VR
  • Includes over 600 physically based rendering (PBR) materials that react to your environment




1,000+ visual assets

Includes 1,000+ assets, including ambient sounds, photo-scanned human characters with motion-captured animation, animal characters and high-resolution plants that respond to wind effects. 


Add geographical data

Projects can be set with geographical locations, and can include downloaded context from OpenStreetMap.


Add animations

Roads and sidewalks can be populated with moving vehicles or pedestrians, and animation paths can be created in as little as two mouse clicks.