123D Catch

The world of 3D design is one that is gaining rapid popularity, and shows no sign of stopping in the immediate future. Somewhere in all of us is the eventual urge to work with 3D, but oftentimes getting what you want in a 3D model is an irksome task that requires extensive knowledge of complex and complicated software, not to mention hours upon hours of work and dedication to get your model to even remotely resemble what you want it to. There is good news, however! Autodesk, creators of the powerful 3D modeling software Maya, is on the way to help with their powerful online application, 123D Catch!

123D Catch is a beautifully simple, yet remarkably powerful program. By uploading anywhere from 20 pictures of the object of your choice, 123d Catch gives you a full triangle mesh model directly from your pictures! This powerful tool even includes textures, so that your model looks just like your pictures with minimal effort on the users part! Autodesk even takes care of all of the complications of calculating and creating the actual model by running it through their machines and simply emailing you the finished result. 123D Catch also allows you to tweak any photos that may be out of line, clean up unneeded parts of the mesh, and request higher resolution for either parts or the whole image! The best news of all of this is that this comes to you for absolutely free, and requires no external software!

Whether you are already a 3D designer who wants to create a beautifully complex model with ease, or you have yet to work with anything 3D, you can enjoy this program! Visit the link below, and have fun with one of the most intuitive programs you will ever stumble across!


P.S. If you are looking for something fun to do with your 3D models, check out 123D Catch
s brother programs: 123D Make! You can check it out here: http://www.123dapp.com/make

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