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Thursday, October 22, 2009

It is Alive in the Lab: Introducing the Project Cooper Technology Preview

I have no idea what this is or why I'm posting it on my 3D Revit blog, but I thought I'd pass along the info.

http://labs.blogs.com/its_alive_in_the_lab/2009/10/introducing-the-project-cooper-technology-preview.html

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[Amanda Collins writing for Scott Sheppard while he is on sabbatical]

In an earlier blogpost, Scott hinted about an exciting new technology preview coming your way: Autodesk Project Cooper. Drum roll, please .. it has arrived! Check out this easy-to-use drawing application and let us know what you think.

Download Project Cooper from Autodesk.com
Find out more about Project Cooper on Autodesk Labs
Read the announcement


It is Alive in the Lab: Introducing the Project Cooper Technology Preview

Simple, Hassle-Free 2D Drawing Software

Ideal for quick design work, Project Cooper sketching software enables you to draw accurate, detailed plans and layouts to scale using simple 2D drawing tools, predrawn symbols, and sample drawings. Because the software produces files in one of the most widely used design format, it’s easy to share your drawings with clients, architects, and other project partners.

Specialty Contractors: Make a Good Impression
Instead of delivering hand sketches, use Project Cooper to present your ideas in a clear, professional way. See how in these videos:

Architects: Cut Down on Rework
Ask your colleagues to use Project Cooper so you can include their drawings in your designs and cut down on rework. See how in these videos:

Brochure (pdf - 2129Kb)
System Requirements (pdf - 57Kb)

1 comments:

The Revit Kid October 22, 2009 at 5:31 PM  

Maybe it is what will remain when AutoCAD becomes so much like Revit they are one program?

I downloaded it and I am not sure it's purpose. To teach 3 year olds CAD maybe?

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