Working with Project Galileo is just super.
As mentioned in a previous blog posting, the Project Galileo team is looking for submissions to its gallery. Recall that Project Galileo is our technology preview for infrastructure conceptual design using a variety of data sources like terrain, buildings, and roads. For more information:
Project Galileo on Autodesk Labs
We've gotten some super great feedback from a variety of users so far:
"...the interface should be updated to function like AutoCAD/ Civil 3D or Revit with ribbons and or toolbars. Panning, zooming with the mouse like the other programs would make it easy. Or the ability to select an object and rotate around it would be nice. Are there plans to round trip data back from this program through FBX or other to bring into Civil 3D or Revit? -- Dan D.
"...in less than two hours we built the roadway in Civil 3D, made a surface, imported into Project Galileo, imported the aerial photo, sketched in the roadways, and there you have it!!! Priceless." -- Keith W.
"Would it be possible for Galileo to import some form of Inventor model?" - Jerry B.
In addition to collecting feedback, we are looking forward to submissions for the gallery. VTN Consulting of Las Vegas, Nevada took us up on our offer. Check out what super work they are doing with Project Galileo via these images in the gallery.
For those of you working with Project Galileo who want to see your work in the gallery, please contact us at [email protected].
Appreciating that a picture is worth a thousand words is alive in the lab.