UMake is a powerful 3D design app, makes it easier for designers & makers bring their ideas into 3D easily and intuitively with a natural sketching experience.
The app supports the creation of several types of 3D surfaces – like lofted and revolved surfaces – that can later be exported to conventional 3D packages like Rhino or Alias.
Now the development team is looking for a number of talented designers who are interested in trying the app and are willing to provide them with constant feedback for the development process – the availability is very limited for practical and logistical reasons.
Currently UMake works on iPad 3rd generation, iPad Air 1, iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 2 and 3. Below we report some of the projects created on UMake by the beta testers.
Dmitry Lobutin, a recent automotive design graduate from Russia, is using UMake for multiple conceptual designs. The above concept was 90% made in UMake, than imported to Autodesk Alias and rendered there
The Project CrosSurf by Russian designer David Nayfonti was created directly in 3D using UMake and then rendered in Photoshop
Takemitsu Endo, a sunglasses designer from Japan, is creating multiple 3d designs using UMake and now he’s working on 3D printing these designs.
Mindy Nam, a graphic designer from NYC, is using UMake to create artistic 3D wire-sculptures.
For more information and to apply for joining the beta testing team, visit www.umake.xyz.
(Image Courtesy: UMake for Car Body Design)