Tag Archives: Study Trip

Magic Plan – Don’t break a sweat!


MagicPlan measures the size of the room, draws the floor plan and creates a web site with an interactive floor plan to showcase your property.
Solutions are available on the market to help measure a house, draw floor plans and program on the web. However, the current solutions are not integrated and are complex to implement. Creating a floor plan takes time, necessitates expertise, and is often expensive. Thus, creating the floor plan of a house is still very much in the hands of professionals, without being accessible to the majority of people. MagicPlan revolutionizes the real estate market: No need for expertise, time or money.

Homepage can be found here!

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iSynth for iPhone – Photosynth just smaller

“iSynth brings much of the functionality of the original Photosynth to the iPhone, and for the most part it works well. In fact, the touch-screen interface makes the experience even more intuitive than the original.”
-TechCrunch

SketchBook – Sketching at your fingertip

I know this is linking to the pro version but if you go through the app store you can get the free version for your iPhone.

Autodesk® SketchBook® Pro paint and drawing software enables you to transform your desktop computer, laptop, or tablet PC into the ultimate sketchbook. With professional-quality sketching capabilities and an intuitive interface, even new users can be productive within minutes.

SketchBook Pro software offers the sketching software capabilities and quality results expected by professionals:

  • Illustration
  • Entertainment
  • Graphic arts
  • Industrial design
  • Automotive
  • Manufacturing
  • Architecture

OpenBuildings – encyclopedia for buildings


OpenBuildings is a new community-driven website that lists architecture from across the globe; be it historic, contemporary or conceptual, enabling a more open way to share architectural knowledge.
OpenBuildings was founded by architects and architecture fanatics who became increasingly frustrated by the lack of online resources for learning about architecture and buildings. Until now this has been a protracted and fragmented experience, with no single website offering a serious informational resource. OpenBuildings solves this problem: an openly editable encyclopedia of buildings from around the world.

Find the site here

Google Earth – Study trips, sites, your own house and other dumb stuff!

Explore the world in 3D from anywhere.

Mac and PC version