Project Memento launched as a free technology preview on Autodesk Labs on August 7. Project Memento provides a state of the art toolset that visualizes huge meshes from laser scans, photos, or any modeling application. It also automatically analyzes meshes for errors and allows users to easily fix them for digital use or fabrication.
When Project Memento launched, it was immediately popular and generated lots of feedback. Based on that feedback, the team generated an update in only 36 days. I posted it to the Autodesk Labs site yesterday. This update included:
- Fixed memory leak
- Fixed calibration setup
- Fixed unintentional invocation of right-click menu during orbit
- Fixed unexpected wrap-around cursor behavior
- Other minor UI fixes
- 'ESC' cancels user-initiated mesh analysis
- Improved orbit/pan/zoom operations
You can download Project Memento from the Autodesk Labs site.
So keep the feedback coming. You can reach the team in a variety of ways.
The release-feedback-update cycle is alive in the lab.