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Autodesk Memento Now Available as Public Beta


LR-2014-12-02_0-13-32 copyAutodesk announced that it has released a free public beta version of its Memento system for converting photos or scans into 3D models. This 3D mesh can be cleaned up, fixed, compared over time and optimized for further digital use, for physical fabrication methods like 3D printing and for 3D interactive experiences on the web.

Memento can handle 2+billion polygon meshes. No CAD expertise is required, making Reality Computing accessible to a wide audience of new users who can leverage these new capabilities.

Visual effects artists and game designers can use Memento to easily turn physical objects into digital assets that can be used in films and games.
The company has also launched a new Memento web site with links to learning materials and case studies, and soon will open a 3D Online Gallery that allows 3D digitized models to be viewed and shared interactively online.

Memento is initially available as a cloud-based desktop app on the Windows platform. A Mac version is expected later in the quarter, followed by interactive 3D publishing on the web soon after.

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