FYI: Nice Design Review Mobile demo video available on the blog...items of interest to both iOSers and Androiders. http://dwf.blogs.com/beyond_the_paper/2011/10/desi
Design Review on my PC has an option in 3d view to rotate as turntable. It's kind of difficult to rotate the model with the regular 3d rotate especially when viewing buildings. With turntable the building stays upright. Is that something that will be updated soon hopefully?
Good question. I've forwarded your question to the appropriate team.
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I am a piping designer for a large HVAC contractor in Atlanta. With all the work currently out of town and having to travel 200 miles to solve problems on site. It would be nice to have the ability to review 3D drawings on site without the need for a cumbersome laptop. I currently use an ASUS tablet operating with the latest Droid OS. I find it ironic that for so many years we could not have autodesk software on apple products. Now we can't have probably the most usable app for our industry on a non-apple product. The pricing of apple products does not make them very appealing to many companies. The competitive pricing of Droid products combined with the more versatile hardware makes much more sense to buy. I think software developers need to quit drinking the apple coolaid and start looking at the value of other products that offer much more in the way of hardware.
I would love to try out Design Review for the IPAD but I have an android functioning tablet as what the AEC firms around here settledd on.
Any chance we will see the android version soon?
Thank you very much for interest with Autodesk Design Review mobile! We are having Android Beta program available.
Looking forward you trying that out, let us know your valueable feedback via email Feedback–Design Review mobile.
Autodesk Design Review Mobile Team
Apparently if you saw the Apple iPad 3 that was on display, you would simply walk straight pass it because it resembles the iPad 2. The back of the upcoming tablet looks the same, Jeremy Horwitz who is the iLounge Editor-in-Chief reports that the iPad 3 casing (Body) is 1mm thicker than the iPad 2, the rear camera is slightly larger. If this is all true it looks like we need to step back to the iPhone 4S design change, hold on minute sorry there wasn’t one, the camera was changed like the suggested iPad 3, oh Apple if this is true you really need to go back to the drawing table.
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.
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