I was walking through the house with the iPad in my left hand. I had pulled up a website and was heading to sit down, get comfy, and do some online shopping. I was shopping for a new TV stand by the way, which was on sale and in about the same price range as a replacement Apple iPad (which I did not know I might need at the time, of course).
I had the usual 5-finger grip on my beautiful iPad, but when I rounded the corner it slid right off my hand like I was holding a wet eel with baby oil on my palm. It did a flip mid-air, landed on it’s glass face, and shattered – with tiny shards of glass flying everywhere.
What I'm looking for is a mobile app for Android that can open DWF and DWG files - support mark up on DWFs (and Gs if possible)
NO uploads to server - these need to be local if possible, this is information that cannot be shared outside of my organization.
The files are system maps denoting cable and fiberlayouts for large communications networks.
We are evaluating WS on the Samsung 10.1 Tablet now.
After years of trying to get my users to buy-in on the whole DWF and D/R thing it is finally taking hold. The mark-up and tracking of corrections tools for D/R make it a shame to think WS might be Autodesk's answer for tablets. We need these tools and the portability of tablets changes the face of the game.
WebGL is going to change the face of everything about drafting on-line too, but since the system is in place in CAD now for DWFs, let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater
It's amusing that each time I've quizzed Autodesk about the release of Design Review for Android, I've been told "it'll happen when it happens" then within a day or two something significant happens. Coincidence? I doubt it.
It's available on the market now, btw.
I'm not seeing this app in the app store. This would be a VERY useful thing to develop. Our shop inspectors and field commisioners could benefit tremendously from the ability to view a 3D dwf of our models on site.