Archives for iPhone
Now you can add poseable 3D characters to your photos on your iOS 7 based iPhone or iPod touch
Nomad gets its iOS 7 game on…now compatible with Apple’s hugely popular iOS 7
Mac and iOS CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on Chaos Group at ILM, Luxion’s expansion in European markets with KeyShot and PipelineFX’s upcoming Qube 6.5 render farm software shown at NAB 2013
RealCADD maker has iPocket Draw at version 1.92
Autodesk announces release of Autodesk 123D Catch for iPhone
Imagination shows OpenGL ES 3.0 capable chips at SIGGRAPH 2012
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have tidbits on new SketchUp plugins for animation, TurboViewer for Android mobile devices and a Technology Preview version of Autodesk 123D Make for Web browsers
NALSA updates ArchiFlash for latest standards and it runs on your iPhone
In this In-Depth feature Akos Pfemeter, Director of Global Marketing and Tibor Szolnoki, ArchiCAD Product Manager, of Graphisoft Hungary, have spoken to Architosh about their new BIMx application for Apple iOS devices iPad and iPhone.
Will the next iPhone 5 contain POWERVR Series 6 GPU technologies? Imagination Technologies introduces the most powerful graphics solution in the mobile industry
Buzzsaw is one of Autodesk’s latest applications to move up on the iOS food chain and respond to market demand for iPad use. iPhone and iPad users can collaborate with peers and access critical project information using their smartphone or tablet
Autodesk updates AutoCAD WS to version 1.2 – adds great new features to iOS devices version
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have tidbits on a 3D image app for the iPhone, plus news on ArchiCAD training and performance tests on the ATI Radeon HD 5870 graphics card.
Autodesk announced yesterday at Autodesk University 2010, that an update to its AutoCAD WS application is coming soon. Version 1.1 will include significant new features, including the ability to work offline (without WiFi or cellular connection) and the ability to open files from an email attachment and then upload them to an AutoCAD WS account. […]
Apple’s Mac units continue to climb at a healthy rate, but the iPad is having an affect, just not a big one yet.