Trimble has announced the start of the SketchUp beta program for iPad, a new version of the 3D modeling and design application that allows interior designers, architects, engineers and professionals in the building industry to create, modify and
SketchUp for iPad (Beta) • Trimble • is an accessible bridge for architects and designers who want to switch from paper and pencil to 3D model creation using
Lupp uses 5G connectivity and offers robust native integration with the Trimble Connect collaboration platform, a cloud-based solution that allows you to update files in real time.
This will allow stakeholders in the project to collaborate effectively, and users to seamlessly move between the SketchUp editions for iPad, Web and Desktop.
Trimble’s team has pointed out that they have developed some features specifically for Apple Pencil, to digitally emulate the sketch paradigm on paper and pencil, and provide a unique and compelling 3D design experience on
In addition, SketchUp for iPad introduces a variety of innovative features to the SketchUp solution portfolio. Autoshape, Markup Mode, augmented reality model display and dozens of improvements in the user interface and workflow have been designed to fully exploit the peculiar features of iPad and supported accessories.
Christopher Cronin, vice president and general manager of Trimble SketchUp, said: • The ability to create new conceptual projects and ideas every time inspiration turns on, and to review and update S models We are excited to offer a solution that suits how SketchUp users want to work today and in the future.
Early access to the SketchUp beta for iPad has been opened to a limited number of users and will be granted based on the order of arrival: you can register on the website of the app.
Those who are selected to participate will be informed by email and will receive detailed instructions on how to access the SketchUp beta for iPad.