Over the past while I haven’t gotten around to posting as much as I would have liked to. As a result, here are some SketchUp-related items that landed in my inbox and caught my eye. Create your own Augmented Reality with Google Sketchup (via PSFK). This looks very interesting and when I get some time […] Read more..
I finally gave my site a new look. The old one was a bit “stuffy” and in bad need of a visual cleaning. Now the site features an abstracted notebook look with tabs on the left and stuck-on info boxes. Hope you like it.
Another year is coming to a close. But first let’s celebrate! Enjoy your holidays and some wonderful time with your family. And all the best for the new year to you and yours! In case you are curious: The image above is actually a composite of five individual images. All were taken on a rather mild […] Read more..
Just came across these amazing images of a Chinese temple under construction (thanks to Alex from China for sending me the link).
Oh, yes… you can buy some, too. Autodesk and Turbosquid have partnered to start a market for Revit content (i.e. families). This joins websites with free content like RevitCity and Autodesk’s own Seek service. There is also a contest for “early-vendors”. From their press-release: To encourage users to publish Revit families for sale, TurboSquid is […] Read more..
This looks like a great idea. I was wondering how to work easily in SketchUp on a Tablet PC. The main drawback was always the lack of a wheel-mouse. This might be great for community charrettes where the actual model gets modified during discussions. Get the how-to on this forum page: Sketchup & tablet pc: […] Read more..
I just saw on a forum post that SketchUp 7 is out! Although the Google website still only shows SU6 for download, its shop now offers the new version for purchase, too. Until the new (free) version is available on their site, do this: To already download a copy, remember the old SU download link […] Read more..