Two New Apps Change the Way Designers See Architecture

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Monday, October 8, 2012
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Sketches from the Trace application over a site image (Courtesy Morpholio)

Sketches from the Trace application over a site image (Courtesy Morpholio)

Two new apps are helping to change the relationship between architecture and technology, allowing architects and designers to sketch and trace and view augmented reality 3-D renderings right on their iPads.

As its name suggests, the Trace app from the Morpholio Project allows users to draw—with a stylus or a finger—over digitized manilla-yellow tracing paper and sketch graphic concepts directly onto an iPad screen. Designers can add new layers of Trace, creating a timeline for the design process and allowing for easy sharing between colleagues.

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