Just wondering if anyone has used Inventor on a touch screen style PC, and if so... does it work? This hardware looks like it would be fun to work with, but I don't know if it's quite there yet for CAD work.
AutoCAD 2013; AuoCAD Electrical 2013; IV 2013 Professional: Tube and Pipe, Frame Generator; Vault Professional 2013
Win 7 x64, Dell Precision PWS690, GeForce GTX580
Please check this out...
Thanks for that, but the video is misleading. That is not an Inventor file he's working with, it's a DWF file. I'd really like to see if it works with an actual Inventor or AutoCad file.
Thanks... it does look cool....
Maybe this one....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALJrB7WX4dc (start 1:43)
I also like to know how practicle this is. Not verry ergonomig. RSI?
But nice concept.
(inventor fusion.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzP1GjXRTFE )
ive been testing a samsung series 7 slat with windows 8, onscreen keyboard has no escape key so is virtually useless with autocad and inventor... i have tried a few times with touch and using the stylus pen but normally plug in a mouse and keyboard to work effectivly. the problem is, your mouse is loads more accurate than stabbing at a screen and also in all the youtube vids, watch how many times they select by acident etc...
The UI is not designed to work nice with touchscreens and who wants grubby fingermarks all over the screen anyway? this is a much better idea
That's flippng awesome! I want one! Never mind CAD... I just want one!
Yeah, iI have mine pre-ordered, as have a couple of other people in the office here... Will report back in Feb/March when it arrives.
Mines been pre ordered for months... I was sceptical at first, thinking it was a con, but from what I can gather it appears to be a genuine artical and no money has left my account...
still it could be a sharp 13 year old with a bit of camera skill and very internet savy sitting in his bedroom... lets hope not
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