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Autodesk Butterfly: Online CAD collaboration

Posted in 15. Videó, 17. Szoftverek by Hellodesign on 2010. február 10. szerda

With BIM, project collaboration was possible. But online collaboration over CAD drawings hasn’t been easy yet, with some applications that work very slow or in a limited way. But a new project coming out of Autodesk Labs promises to make online CAD collaboration feasible: Autodesk Butterfly.

As you can see on the above video, sharing works on a very simple way over email allowing people to work on a drawing at the same time. I gave Autodesk Butterfly a try at their technology preview website (no need to sign-in, just hit Try Now) and the flash interface loaded fast. It is very intuitive to use if you have used AutoCad, and the version control system allows you to go back to previous states of the drawing.

Via & more: ArchDaily

Google SketchUp 7.1 now available

Posted in 17. Szoftverek by Hellodesign on 2009. október 12. hétfő

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We’ve made SketchUp even more intuitive, added tools for power users, and made it easier to find and share models with the world.

We’ve made SketchUp easier to use. With edges that automatically break other edges where they cross, objects that are smart enough to know how they should behave when you interact with them, and drawing hints that are clearer and more consistent, Google SketchUp 7 is the most intuitive SketchUp ever.

It’s all about collaboration and sharing. In SketchUp 7, you can search for models in the Google 3D Warehouse right from the Component browser, take credit for what you contribute, keep track of your collaborators, and generally bask in the glow of knowing you’re part of the worldwide 3D community.

PRO There’s even more in SketchUp Pro. LayOut is officially out of beta and ready to go. LayOut 2 is faster, more reliable and includes vector rendering, improved text handling and more. SketchUp Pro power users can also create Dynamic Components: models that animate, scale and replicate intelligently.

Via & more: Google SketchUp