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Anthony Frausto, AIA
Publisher & editor: - leading Internet magazine for Mac & iOS CAD/3D pros; architect; writer; strategic thinker; investor; saab fan; dad
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-- New Spacewell brand means Germany AEC software company increasing focus and expansion in globally growing Smart Buildings market.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 15
Replying to @martynday
Fast sliding doors!
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 15
I personally wonder if we will still see this new Mac Pro.
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angelo m Feb 15
Yep, it doesn’t make sense until they have at least mid-level gpus & the iMac Pro isn’t really affordable for most firms. I have to imagine there is a good sized install base of Archicad, SketchUp, and Vectorworks on Macs that want real time rendering.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 15
-- This close collaboration with the community and GPU manufacturers has improved the overall quality of the graphics ecosystem. WebGL feeds into its partners to create a win-win situation for everyone involved
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 15
- This feature discusses this history and why WebGL 2.0 is such a crucial standard.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 15
-- With global populations and the construction industry booming the new ISO 19650 International BIM standard will help aid AEC industry efficiency gains through standardizations.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 12
-- As WebGL 2.0 has emerged into a powerful technology built on the back of a very successful WebGL 1.0 now fully utilized across numerous professional CAD and 3D apps on the Web.
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Ian Keough Jan 30
The next version of the Elements library for will have improved APIs for walls, floors, panels, and frames.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 10
Replying to @anthonyhauck
You will have to shed some light on how you learned Python and C# in one year. I’m thinking the broken ankle may have played a role...in a positive way! ;-)
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 10
Congrats Matt! Tesla and AECO? I can definitely see it. Keep me posted and best to your next adventure.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 10
Replying to @upFronteZine
You do deserve lots of kudos, Ralph.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 9
-- SketchUp gets V-Ray Next technology in update to famed renderer for the world's most popular 3d modeler.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 5
-- "Molding parts, casting parts, machine parts, you always have constraints, but with 3D printing, those constraints largely go away."
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 4
-- Architosh goes deep with this special feature on Ultimaker and its line of 3D printers. Lots of facts and history on 3D printing in this article too. Learn three powerful things you never knew. ,
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Feb 4
-- What PlanGrid Connect is about is pretty impressive and exciting. The are taking a Zapier approach to the SaaS tools that power the AEC industry.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Jan 29
-- Delivering new options and deep control, CorelCAD 2019 offers robust (.dwg) native 2d-3d CAD capabilities on both macOS and Windows at an affordable price...
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Jan 29
The ODA releases Architecture SDK 2019.2 -- toolkit helps software developers build sophisticated 2/3D CAD applications and 3D programs that are (.dwg) native on Mac, Windows and Linux.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Jan 29
-- Adobe acquires France-based Allegorithmic and its CEO will lead new 3D initiatives at Adobe at large as the San Jose software giant looks to add the third dimension to its legendary 2D graphics history.
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Anthony Frausto, AIA Jan 15
-- Five interesting tech trends for 2019—Autodesk and Tech Soft 3D executives discuss what lies ahead. Can you guess what they are...besides AI and Machine Learning?
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