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123D Design Upgraded to 1.7 And Adds Some Very Useful Features - new alignment tool takes group of objects, performs simple alignments, impressive mesh handling capability, ENGINEERING.com, Oct 9, 2015

Site Logistics with BIM and Photos - click photos to be modeled, load them into Recap photo or via Memento, add scale to images, apply Memento to clean up mesh from surrounding objects before checking problems while moving object round site, BIM Toolbox, July 17, 2015

Autodesk's Memento in Action - easy-to-use, editing features make stitching model very easy, renders accurate results, robust tools, Kyle Maxey, ENGINEERING.com, June 5, 2015

Using Autodesk Memento - gather collection of photos of physical object or export data from ReCap360 to open it with Memento, apply software to handle complex point clouds, convert them in to high quality 3D mesh, Denis Morais, LinkedIn, Mar 9, 2015

Reshaping Reality: Autodesk Updates Memento - Autodesk adds automation, intelligence, clean up tools to Memento, being offered as free Beta release for reality capture, processing, Kathleen Maher, Graphic Speak, Mar 2, 2015

DE Editor Digitally Captured in Photogrammetry and Hand-Held Scanner - photo-based approach is good for capturing humans, but for capturing typical mechanical shapes with flat surfaces, perfect arcs, sharp edges, scanner gives better definition, Kenneth Wong, Virtual Desktop, Sep 18, 2014

Autodesk Welcomes 123D Design to App Family - browser-based, cross-platform software with easy 3D modeling options, printing support from Sculpteo, Shapeways, i.materialize, Cabe Atwell, Design News, Nov 26, 2012

Autodesk 123D Design Arrives - free app, no need to start with blank canvas, use robot parts to build complex 3D models, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Nov 8, 2012

How to Render 3D Images on Your iPad for Free - design, create, fabricate 3D models using free 123D apps, Roger Cheng, CNET, May 21, 2012

Technology - Autodesk's 3D Technology Cool But Frustrating - 123D Catch is impressive but available only on iPad, no direct way of editing or printing out a virtual object, Troy Wolverton, The Columbus Dispatch, May 21, 2012

Autodesk Releases 123D Catch as iPad App - cloud storage, sharing feature for 123D family introduced; registered users of free service can share files between all 123D products, Randall Newton, Graphic Speak, May 9, 2012

Turn Your Photos Into 3D Models With Autodesk 123D Catch for Apple iPad - 'My Corner' feature provides cloud storage for all 123D design projects, allowing to easily create 3D model of anything, TJ McCue, Forbes, May 10, 2012

Turn Photos Into 3D Models. 123D Catch for iPad is Here - example gallery included, interactive startup, receive notification center alerts, email finished captures, Josh Mings, SolidSmack, May 9, 2012

DIY Camera Rig for 123D Catch - fill frame with object being captured, never rotate object, move camera instead, random patterned objects work best, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Mar 23, 2012

Delicate Arch in Your Hand as a 3D Print - capturing natural sandstone landmark in accurate 3D point cloud using laser scanner, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Feb 25, 2012

My Big Fat 3D Head - Autodesk 123D Catch to create 3D head from photos, cleaning mesh using meshmixer tool, 3D printing using MakerBot printer, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Feb 17, 2012

Rapid Energy Modeling Videos - creating reference points, tracing outline plan in 123D Catch, importing to Revit, setting site location, creating building envelope, Simon Gillis, The Sustainable Design Toolbox, Jan 30, 2012

Create a 3D Model of Your Head - .OBJ file generates 3D model from photos in Autodesk 123D Catch, .STL file helps print head in ABS plastic on 3D printer, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Jan 24, 2012

Accuracy of Autodesk 123D Catch - accuracy assessment of aboriginal cave re-measurement project, Jim Chandler & John Fryer, Iboro.ac.uk, Dec 1, 2011

Autodesk Expands the 123D Family - 123D Catch (formerly Photofly) creates 3D model from 2D photos; 123D Make can divide model into layers to create low-cost 3D model, Kathleen Maher, Graphic Speak, Sep 26, 2011

Autodesk Expands 123D Product Line for Marker Market - looking beyond professional customer pool, Autodesk is offering 123D Catch, 123D Make to create low-cost 3D models, Kenneth Wong's Virtual Desktop, Nov 7, 2011

From iPhone 4S Photo to 3D Model - using automatically generate camera path option, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Oct 22, 2011

Project Photofly FAQ: Can I Rotate the Object Instead of the Camera? - not recommended as Project Photofly uses details in background to line up pictures, Scott Sheppard, It's Alive in the Lab, Oct 20, 2011

Photofly is a Desktop Workshop for 3D Modelers - creates printable digital 3D models from 2D images, documented nicely, but requires patience to achieve good results, Aaron Rowe, Wired.com, Sep 29, 2011

Viewing IPM Files Generated by Project Photofly - saving photo scene in variety of file formats; getting IPM file using Inventor Publisher Mobile app, Scott Sheppard, It's Alive in the Lab, Sep 6, 2011

Steps for Identifying Network Issues with Project Photofly - Scott Sheppard, It's Alive in the Lab, Aug 24, 2011

Project Photofly to 3ds Max or Navisworks - Ben Curtin, CAD Geek Speak!, Aug 12, 2011

Review of Autodesk Photofly - read manual first, light, contrast on object matters, keep object stationary, not camera while taking photos, 3D Printing is the Future, Aug 14, 2011

Project Photofly - More Robust Functionality Please - wishlist includes: linked list of photos containing point x, ability to filter thumbnails, scrollable zoom anywhere, point convergence report, John Evans, Design and Motion, Aug 11, 2011

Autodesk Project Photofly 2.1 - Let's Give This a Shot - making model of 3DConnexions SpacePilot Pro, Loren Welch, Manufacturing Toolbox, July 29, 2011

A Look at 3ds Max and Autodesk Project Photofly 2.0 - creating 3D model from 2D images, importing to 3ds Max to optimize resultant mesh, Jamie Gwilliam, Jamie's Jewels, July 21, 2011

Photo Scene Editor v2 Evaluation 1 - instructional video for creating 3D model from 2D images, Arthur Hughes, YouTube, June 27, 2011

Photo Scene Editor v2 Evaluation 2 - creating models using real world scenes from neighborhood using Project Photofly, Arthur Hughes, YouTube, July 8, 2011

Photofly, a Free App, Makes 3D Models Out of Your Snapshots - Photofly uses photogrammetry technique to extract 3D shape of scene from 2D images, John Pavlus, Co.Design, July 2011

From Photo to 3D Model With Autodesk Photofly - web-based service uses at least 40 pictures to create 3D model, which can be printed using 3D printing technology, Beth Stackpole, Design News, July 1, 2011

Autodesk Project Photofly Tips and Tricks - watch shooting guidelines video, understand Photo Scene Editor UI, tips for taking photos, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, June 29, 2011

Autodesk Photofly Preview: Sphinx - creating, computing photo scene, showing different camera angles, exporting as OBJ file in modo, CADjunkie.com, June 28, 2011

Autodesk Labs Project Photofly 2.0 Shooting Guidelines - YouTube, May 16, 2011

Project Photofly: What You is See isn't Always What You Get - user should export point cloud data as LAS file, then attach it to DWG in Project Photofly, Scott Sheppard, It's Alive in the Lab, June 20, 2011

House on Fire Ancestral Pueblo Ruins in Autodesk Project Photofly and AutoCAD - importing 3D data from Project Photofly into AutoCAD 2012, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, June 9, 2011

Project Photofly Hip Tip: Don't Rotate the Object - Move the Camera - Project Photofly uses elements from background to align images when constructing photo scene, Scott Sheppard, Autodesk Labs, June 8, 2011

Shaan Hurley Project Photofly 2.0 Overview v2 - create 3D models from photographs, YouTube, May 30, 2011

Photo Scene Editor for Project Photofly 2.0 - initial steps for processing pictures, generating textured meshes, Kean Walmsley, Through the Interface, June 1, 2011

Autodesk Photofly Creates 3D Models from Photos - easy-to-use cloud application to create visually realistic 3D model, Vladimir Michl, CAD Studio Blog, May 31, 2011

Autodesk Labs Project Photofly 2, Ready to Make Models for You - generates 3D spatial model from photos, creates detailed textured mesh model, RobiNZ CAD Blog, Jun 1, 2011

Project Photofly v2 Released For Download - 3D textured mesh creation, more file export options, ability to export animations, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, May 31, 2011

Project Photofly 2.0 Now Available - photo scenes construction with 3D meshes, models can be shared through YouTube, iPad, iPhone, Scott Sheppard, It's Alive in the Lab, May 31, 2011

16 Autodesk Applications That You Can Get for Free - DWG TrueView, Inventor Viewer, Project Vasari, Photofly, Autodesk 123D, Sketchbook Mobile Express, AutoCAD WS, Edwin Prakoso, CAD Notes, May 2011

Project Photofly 2.0 Preview in London - ability to get corresponding 3D wireframe from photos of building, Scott Sheppard, It's Alive in the Lab, May 19, 2011

Autodesk to Take Next Step in the Automatic Creation of 3D Models from Photographs - Project Photofly converts photos of object or scene into 3D model, can create textured meshes, Greg Corke, DEVELOP 3D, May 17, 2011

Autodesk Aims for the Cloud - Autodesk Labs offers apps like Photofly, Photo Scene Editor, Neon, Project Vasari as cloud-hosted services to lighten computational burden, Kenneth Wong, Architecture Week, Mar 2, 2011

Project Photofly: Red Box Diaries - create 3D model of person's head using 14 cameras each taking single picture, Inventor Fusion for housing design, made with 3D printers, Scott Sheppard, Autodesk Labs, Mar 1, 2011

Use Your Camera to 3D Scan Your Face, Your Bunions, Your Cat (Autodesk Photofly vs. Trimensional)   - make your photos comical, 3D effect, stitching photos, front facing camera required, Josh Mings, SolidSmack, Jan 11, 2011


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