Introducing Autodesk FormIt

The Conceptual Design Team with the Autodesk Building and Collaboration Group are extremely proud to introduce the first 3D architectural conceptual modeler for the iPad: FormIt! FormIt is an intuitive, easy to use mass modeling app that allows you to sketch your ideas in 3D wherever and whenever inspiration strikes. Your design ideas are stored in Autodesk® 360 where they can be further shared and analyzed with Autodesk’s ecosystem of desktop and cloud BIM applications. And the best part: it’s free!

Available now for iPad at the Apple App Store. And stay tuned for more as we introduce the app this week at Autodesk University in Las Vegas and online at the here and @AutodeskVasari.

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32 thoughts on “Introducing Autodesk FormIt

  1. I do not know whether it’s just me or if everyone else experiencing problems with your site. It appears as though some of the written text on your posts are running off the screen. Can somebody else please comment and let me know if this is happening to them too? This could be a problem with my web browser because I’ve had this happen before.

    Cheers

  2. Pingback: Introducing FormIt 2.0 | Autodesk® FormIt

  3. Any way to do Boolean cut outs from objects like taking 2 objects and subtracting the difference. I use this allot to bor holes in other objects

    • Yes, if two objects are overlapping, tap and hold the object you want to cut FROM and choose the cut icon in the radial menu

  4. This app has some exciting potential.

    When you will be adding ability to:
    1. Use multiple images & combination of satellite & street level photos
    2. Place images on the faces of the 3D extrusion

  5. where is a full FormIt manual?
    needed info ;
    how to switch to metric?
    how to draw arch on volume face?
    etc.
    regards
    Tomasz
    PS. – are there any plans to have Vasari on Mac OSX or IOS?

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