As I mentioned yesterday, Project Photofly is our technology preview of using cloud computing to convert ordinary digital photographs into 3D models. Once you have a model, you can then use it in a design application such as AutoCAD, Inventor, 123D, etc. "Pablo esta en la bibliotecha." is the extent of what I remember from my high school Spanish. I studied linguistics in college as a substitute for additional foreign language training. Live and learn. Luckily Product Manager, Dominique Pouliquen, does not have this limitation. Yesterday he created a second version of his new video that covers the basics of Project Photofly v2 to help get you started. This second one is narrated in French. It is also available on YouTube.
Like its English counterpart, I have added a link to this video to the set of videos on the Autodesk Labs site. You can learn more about Project Photofly:
For those who do not have YouTube access or those who wish to download this new video or any of the other videos, please see the blog article Prepare for upcoming Project Photofly 2.0 by watching some videos.
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