I know about Denim, but this is awesome!
I also know about Sketchbook by Alias but again not for IxD.
I know about Basalmiq, but I don't want to drag widgets, I want to
sketch like this shows.
That is really, really cool. Hook this thing up to a 3D printer and go
wild! Looks tough to learn though - lots of various gestures and "thinking
in 3D". It doesn't look like this is available to the public anywhere...
maybe some day.
Also, does this give anyone else the feeling that our technology is
ultimately going to lead us full circle, back to clay modeling?
On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 12:20 PM, David Malouf <dave.ixd at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know about Denim, but this is awesome!
> I also know about Sketchbook by Alias but again not for IxD.
> I know about Basalmiq, but I don't want to drag widgets, I want to
> sketch like this shows.
> -- dave
> David Malouf
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They had me at "oblique extrusion surface"!
Very slick. But I don't see how you can track the depth of your
stroke by drawing on a 2D surface. I mean if I draw a line, will that
line be in front, behind, or in the middle of all the other lines I
have drawn before? Will it make sense to me when I rotate it?
The person drawing in the video seemed to know what they were doing,
but I just can't project how I would be so certain if I were doing
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