October 2014

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October 22, 2014: A dashboard... but what for?
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Here’s a little bit of fun. There’s a new dashboard in the San Rafael office, but what does it show? Post your guess as a comment: the closest – or most humorous, depending on my mood – will win a...

October 20, 2014: VR Hackathon 2014 in SF
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It’s been a busy few days. After being in full-day meetings on Thursday and Friday, I headed down with Jim Quanci to the VR Hackathon’s kick-off event on Friday night. It was held at the newly refurbished Gray Area Theater...

October 16, 2014: Creating a stereoscopic viewer for Google Cardboard using the Autodesk 360 viewer – Part 3
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After introducing the topic, showing a basic stereoscopic viewer using the Autodesk 360 viewer and then adding full-screen and device-tilt navigation, today we’re going to extend our UI to allow viewing of multiple models. Firstly it’s worth pointing out that...

October 15, 2014: Creating a stereoscopic viewer for Google Cardboard using the Autodesk 360 viewer – Part 2
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I’m heading out the door in a few minutes to take the train to Zurich and a (thankfully direct) flight from there to San Francisco. I’ll have time on the flight to write up the next part in the series,...

October 14, 2014: Creating a stereoscopic viewer for Google Cardboard using the Autodesk 360 viewer – Part 1
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After yesterday’s introduction to this series of posts, today we’re going to dive into some specifics, implementing a basic, web-based, stereoscopic viewer. While this series of posts is really about using Google Cardboard to view Autodesk 360 models in 3D...

October 13, 2014: Gearing up for the VR Hackathon
Comments: 0 | Categories: Augmented Reality , Autodesk , HTML , JavaScript , Leap Motion , Virtual Reality
I’m heading back across to the Bay Area on Wednesday for 10 days. There seems to be a pattern forming to my trips across: I’ll spend the first few days in San Francisco – in this case attending internal strategy...

October 9, 2014: New Memento build and webinar
Comments: 0 | Categories: Autodesk , Point clouds , Reality capture
As reported over on Scott’s blog, Project Memento v1.0.10.5 is now available on Autodesk Labs. I won’t repeat the specific new features in this release – Scott covers those thoroughly – but I will say that I’m personally most excited...

October 8, 2014: Autodesk software is free for students, teachers and schools (yes, really)
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I mentioned this initiative a few months ago, but it turns it hadn’t been rolled out everywhere: there were regional exceptions meaning that students in certain countries weren’t eligible for the program at that point. So my apologies if it...

October 6, 2014: Update on Spark, Autodesk’s 3D printing platform
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There’s been a lot in the news about Spark – Autodesk’s entry into the 3D printing market – of late. Earlier in the year we announced this open platform and a reference design for it, but in the last few...

October 3, 2014: Connecting Three.js to an AutoCAD model – Part 2
Comments: 0 | Categories: AutoCAD , AutoCAD .NET , Geometry , Graphics system , HTML , JavaScript , Notification / Events , SaaS , Solid modeling
To follow on from yesterday’s post, today we’re going to look at two C# source files that work with the HTML page – and referenced JavaScript files – which I will leave online rather than reproducing here. As a brief...

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