Genial. Usando objetos 3d dentro do browser, direto. Dá para inventar um monte de coisas
Software is eating another part of the world. (Or at least the next generation of software is eating the older 1970s-era kind.)
Sunglass, which is coming out of beta today at TechCrunch Disrupt New York, should bring a bit of joy to longtime CAD users and professional architects and designers. The company is launching very social, browser-based software for 3D modeling.
“This is like Google Docs for 3D objects,” said CEO and co-founder Kaustuv DeBiswas. “We’re taking traditional desktop software from the architecture world and putting it in the cloud.” Sunglass is undercutting existing computer-aided design software dramatically. Normally, this older software can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $50,000, he adds. In contrast, the most basic version of Sunglass is free and then designers can pay for extra apps or add ons.
This is not a total replacement, however. It’s meant to be a collaboration tool for teams of…
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