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AssembleCAD

tonka like but in an app
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@Please move to correct cat. Thanks.

Have an easy to use CAD program with parts like straws and widgets and connectors etc.

When I swing my fingers on an object it does a transformation that it guesses is probably what I meant, but offers me three other possibilities, along with a cancel. A camera watches my gestures and plays with the outcome.

I also give it a rough description of what I want to achieve and according to previous millions of other people using the app, it helps me get there quickly.

pashute, Jun 13 2017

Everything they say here - but as a game https://www.youtube.com/user/AutodeskMFG
i.e. much simpler than what they show [pashute, Jun 13 2017]

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       Lego app?
RayfordSteele, Jun 13 2017
  

       Hmm. Something like this, with a community-sourced library of common components, would be quite cool. It would also be useful to have a search function, so that you can ask for (say) a 2" cogwheel with 38 teeth, and the app will tell you that you can scavenge one from a Xerox toner cartridge.   

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MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 13 2017
  

       makes sense
beanangel, Jun 13 2017
  

       Don't be a meany, [beany].
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 13 2017
  

       What category should this be in? (if we're already discussing being in)
pashute, Jun 16 2017
  

       Computer: Input Device   

       I'm thinking Computer: cam   

       It'd be nice if it could interface with Google's object image recognition.
RayfordSteele, Jun 16 2017
  
      
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