Do you work for a company that works on 3D model objects? Are you a designer that provides a 3D model design service? Or, are you simply a 3D design “Aficionado”?
Company 3DVIA has released a new iPad app into the App Store. With 3DVIA Mobile HD for the iPad, you can access, view and interact with thousands of high-quality models hosted on the 3DVIA.com content warehouse with the swipe of a finger.
In case you’re not familiar with 3DVIA, they are a company that specializes in high-end 3D graphics capabilities and are basically working on extending 3D technology and establish it as the new media for consumer and professional users. With the iPad starting to infiltrate the business world, 3D modeling apps could become quite handy for companies and “freelancers” to showcase their work. It becomes much easier to carry your design portfolio around, or quickly access it via the Internet.
3DVIA Mobile HD is compatible with popular 3D formats. The interactive 3D viewer allows you to pan, zoom and inspect 3D models, search, download and view over 20,000 3D models published to 3DVIA.com. The 3DVIA Mobile HD for iPad is available on the App Store for a limited time at $1.99.
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Autodesk, makers of the popular 3D design and engineering software AutoCAD, announced today that they will introduce a version of AutoCAD for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The new AutoCAD WS mobile application will allow iOS users to edit and share AutoCAD files, giving mobile design and engineering professionals the ability to collaborate with clients and colleagues while on the go.
The release of AutoCAD WS coincides with Autodesk’s introduction of AutoCAD for the Mac. Although AutoCAD has been absent from the Mac market for over 18 years, they have already embraced the iPhone and iPad ecosystems, releasing the popular SketchBook and Fluid FX iOS apps.
Apple, in a rare move, heralded the introduction of AutoCAD for the Mac and iOS. “Apple is thrilled that Autodesk is bringing AutoCAD back to the Mac and we think it’s the perfect combination for millions of design and engineering professionals,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “The AutoCAD WS app is a bold new idea, a mobile version of industry-leading design software for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, the world’s most innovative mobile devices.”
AutoCAD WS for iOS will ship beginning this fall and will be available as a free app from Apple’s App Store.
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