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Saturday, 18 June 2011

GeoSketch Parametric Rooftop Tools for sketchup


GeoSketch Parametric Rooftop Tools for sketchup


Cogent3D, Inc recently announced the availability of two unique products for Google SketchUp which include a FREE parametric generation Rooftop plug-in with plane cut tool and a 3D photo modeler TacForge™ GeoSketch™ Version 2.2.

GeoSketch Version 2.2 would bring some exclusive advantages for sketchup users :-

Now sketchup users can create 3D models with Video/Oblique imagery/Handheld and Cell Phone Imagery/Satellite Imagery/Imagery with and without camera models.

Ability to create hip, pitched, and other roof types with overhangs and the base building structure.

More details for this topic, including download links visit the blogsite HERE.

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