Autodesk, Inc. has introduced two exciting offerings in the company’s emerging Autodesk 123D family — Autodesk 123D Catch and Autodesk 123D Make Technology Preview. The offerings enable anyone to quickly and easily capture 3D models from the world around them, and additionally turn 3D models into their own artistic creations.
The Autodesk 123D Catch application — previously codenamed Project Photofly on Autodesk Labs — is a new, public beta release that uses the power of cloud computing to quickly transform digital photos into photorealistic 3D models.
Autodesk 123D Make application is a also a new, free* technology preview for the Mac, capable of converting digital 3D models into 2D cut patterns that can be easily assembled in low-cost materials, such as cardboard, wood, fabric, metal or plastic. The cut pieces come together to create a physical representation of the original digital model.
Video introducing Autodesk 123D Catch below: