SightSpace 3D & Free-D for SketchUp Now in Four Languages (for Apple devices)

Our SightSpace 3D mobile viewer with Augmented Reality is now available for download in four languages: English, Chinese (simplified), French, and Spanish! SightSpace 3D is a viewer for SketchUp models (in .KMZ format).  Visualize a SketchUp model in the real world, in place, by using Augmented Reality technology.  Move the device and the view changes in real-time. Additional features include stereoscopic red/cyan 3D, annotate 3D models, bookmark favorite views, take screenshots, share notes and photos, and more.


SightSpace 3D intro screen in Spanish.

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SightSpace 3D now on Kindle Fire!

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Kindle Fire Screenshot

Our SightSpace 3D mobile app viewer for Google SketchUp (in .KMZ format) is now available on Amazon’s Kindle Fire and can be downloaded on the Amazon Appstore for Android. SightSpace 3D is a powerful tool to view models created in Google SketchUp and other programs that read .KMZ files. These include Google Earth, the Google 3D Warehouse, ArchiCAD, and ArcGIS.  With SightSpace, you can annotate 3D models, bookmark favorite views, take screenshots, and share notes and photos.   If you have a pair of red/cyan glasses, you can also view models in full Stereoscopic 3D. SightSpace 3D is also available for download on the iTunes App Store for Apple devices and for Android phones and tablets on Google Play (formerly the Android Market).

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SightSpace 3D for Android Beta: Now Open (Update: Closed)

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Update 12/28: We are closed to new testers. Thank you!

We are now sending out invitations for beta testing of our mobile app, SightSpace 3D Google SketchUp viewer, for Android! If you are interested in being a beta tester, read on.

About SightSpace 3D for Android (Beta)

SightSpace 3D is a Google SketchUp viewer (it reads .KMZ files from Google SketchUp, the Google 3D Warehouse, and some .KMZ files from Google Earth). If your Android device has the correct hardware, it will also enable Augmented Reality so you can view your model in the real world through your device’s camera (you can watch it in action here and here on the Apple iPad 2 here).
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