|Graphics and Photography Society sponsors Google Sketchup workshop |
The Graphics and Photography Society (GaPS) student organization is sponsoring a Google Sketchup workshop led by John Freden at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, in 235 Starcher Hall, the Graphics Mac Lab.
Google SketchUp is free software that you can use to create, share and present 3D models. Whether you want to design a new deck for your house, model your business and put it in Google Earth, or design a new living room sofa, you can use SketchUp to see your ideas in 3D. And when you're done, you can export an image, make a movie or print out a view of what you made. SketchUp was created to make it easier for you to think and communicate in 3D. Check out http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/ to see what other people are modeling.
Seats are limited and registration is required. If you are interested in attending the Google Sketchup workshop, please e-mail me.
-- Lynda Kenney, Assistant Professor, Technology, firstname.lastname@example.org, 701 777-2197