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Re: The Future of Modeling
Cadman-LT   8/2/2012 1:05:20 PM
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I also saw a show that had a segment on the xbox kinect(LEAP not out yet) and they were basically showing all of these new uses that people were developing for it.  I didn't see anyone with my idea...hehe..not yet. Someone's probably already read this and is dev'ing it now! :)

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Cadman-LT   8/2/2012 1:01:35 PM
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Maya I think would make a good platform for it. For the arists. Then soldiworks would also be good for engineers.

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Cadman-LT   7/6/2012 8:43:04 AM
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I was correct then, but no I do not have one. Any ideas there? I love this idea. I just think, you combine some of this tech in ways that are not being done...and this could happen.

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Re: The Future of Modeling
Beth Stackpole   7/6/2012 8:37:33 AM
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Venture capitalist--you know, a money guy (or girl).

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Cadman-LT   7/6/2012 8:37:15 AM
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venture capitalist? is that the right term?

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Cadman-LT   7/6/2012 8:35:09 AM
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What is a VC?

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Re: The Future of Modeling
Beth Stackpole   7/6/2012 8:32:39 AM
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@Cadman-LT: Sounds like you're in need of a good VC. Got any connections?

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Re: The Future of Modeling
Cadman-LT   7/6/2012 8:31:05 AM
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I like the idea so much I almost can't stop thinking about it! You would have tools like Photoshop. A knife, a hand, a smudge......I can just imagine it. Give me a couple million, I'll make it happen...lol

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Re: The Future of Modeling
Cadman-LT   7/6/2012 8:23:05 AM
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I know it isn't feasible now. I was just thinking how cool that would be. All of this new 3d tech maybe in 10 years? I just really liked the idea of opening up a program like Photoshop, but instead you get a clay piece to play with....I just like that idea.

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Re: The Future of Modeling
Beth Stackpole   7/5/2012 7:26:19 AM
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I think you're envisioning a definite possibility, perhaps not now, but definitely somewhere soon in the future. I don't think technology is the barrier--it's more getting people comfortable working within these kinds of new paradigms.

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