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Personally, the first sign that this program will be of little to no use to Pro’s is the name :P clearly targeted to a consumer audience… 123D Make… worst take I’ve heard…

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Now seriously, it’s good for general audience, to make some fast and funny stuff to show to their friends etc. but i don’t believe it can’t be used for much stuff when talking about professional modeling.

Maybe like a time saver when you need some items (lets say sculpture) in your scene, and you don’t have much time to recreate it.

Also there will be problems with poly distribution and topology for sure.

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doru
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http://bit.ly/L1ivJO

:D

No, but hey, this is the future.

With more powerful machines, having a super optimized 3D model, will be less important if you can just take some pictures (or videos ) and create a model that you can use in your project.

for example, with this similar technology, you can take pictures, and the 3D environment is created on the fly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilgv-0j7XgY
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pretty interesting. Kind of like 3d scanning/digitizing brought to your mobile phone, or just from a camera. I bet its a lot cheaper, though probably less accurate, than current forms of 3d digitizing. Just look at the price tag of this:

http://www.nextengine.com/

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Well not actually 123D Catch, but similar: http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?f=43&t=1019262
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