Kean Walmsley


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August 20, 2014: Building a web-based viewer using the Autodesk View & Data API – Part 1
Comments: 0 | Categories: Autodesk , SaaS , Web/Tech
Over the next few posts we’re going to take a look at the steps needed to build the Steampunk Morgan Viewer, my first sample using Autodesk’s new View & Data API. In today’s post we’re going to look at the...

August 19, 2014: Kinect Fusion for Kinect for Windows 2
Comments: 0 | Categories: AU , AutoCAD , AutoCAD .NET , Kinect , Morgan , Point clouds , Reality capture
A few weeks ago I received the official retail version of Kinect for Windows 2 (having signed up for the pre-release program I had the right to two sensors: the initial developer version and the final retail version). After some...

August 14, 2014: Quite the road trip: 3DRV
Comments: 0 | Categories: 3D printing , AU , Autodesk , Reality capture , UAVs
Some of you are probably aware of this activity from Shaan’s and Scott’s blogs, but I thought it was overdue a mention here, too. Autodesk is sponsoring the mother of all road trips: over the course of 8 months, TJ...

August 12, 2014: An updated implementation of a CAD standards plugin for AutoCAD using .NET
Comments: 0 | Categories: AutoCAD , AutoCAD .NET , Drawing structure , Runtime , Visual Studio
Over the last few months I’ve had a number of people ask me for an update to this 6-year old post on implementing a CAD standards plugin for AutoCAD (which in turn was based on code from an older DevNote...

August 11, 2014: DogeSharp in AutoCAD
Comments: 0 | Categories: AutoCAD , AutoCAD .NET , JavaScript , Web/Tech
Sometimes you just need to ease back into work after a few weeks off. So today I decided to have a go at integrating DogeSharp – a programming language on top of of .NET inspired by Dogescript – into AutoCAD....

August 8, 2014: Autodesk Exchange Apps Hackathon 2014
Comments: 0 | Categories: Autodesk , Autodesk Exchange
After the initial Autodesk Exchange Apps Portathon was held last year, the ADN team is running a similar – but expanded – event, the Autodesk Exchange Apps Hackathon, on September 20-21. There’s more information available on both Jeremy’s blog and...

August 6, 2014: Top 5 beaches on the island of Andros
Comments: 0 | Categories: Personal
As mentioned in the last post, we recently got back from our first trip to the beautiful Greek island of Andros. While we managed to visit 8 beaches during our 12 days on the island – some multiple times –...

August 4, 2014: Our holiday on Andros
Comments: 0 | Categories: AutoCAD , Autodesk , Personal
The next few posts may seem a bit anomalous – yes, I more commonly write about programming with AutoCAD – but then I’ve been sitting on a variety of beaches on the Greek island of Andros for the best part...

July 18, 2014: The need for autonomous drone navigation
Comments: 0 | Categories: Personal , Reality capture , UAVs
My Quanum Nova arrived from Hong Kong, yesterday. I’d just been tracking the parcel’s progress when the doorbell rang and the postman handed it to me: he seemed surprised I didn’t mind paying the additional SFr 47 customs fee (on...

July 16, 2014: My first Autodesk 360 viewer sample
Comments: 0 | Categories: Autodesk , Graphics system , HTML , JavaScript , Morgan , REST , SaaS , Web/Tech
As mentioned last week, I’ve been having fun with Fusion 360 to prepare a model to be displayed in the new Autodesk 360 viewer. The sample is now ready to view, although I’m not yet quite ready to post the...

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