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Best Tablet for Landscape Architecture/Design Use
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More and more designers are using IPADs to present, take site notes, and mark up PDFs.  I recently tried out the new Dell Latitude 10 tablet that comes with a full version of Windows 8, a Wacom…Continue

Tags: AutoCAD, LTE, Sketchup, Presentations, Rendering

Started this discussion. Last reply by dan paul Mar 10, 2014.

 

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Canin Associates commented on Jayson Wood's blog post '10 SketchUp Resources for Landscape Architects'
"In our architecture studio we've been using Lumion and are pretty happy with it. It definitely integrates well with our SketchUp and Revvit models. "
Sep 22, 2015
James Hannigan commented on Jayson Wood's blog post '10 SketchUp Resources for Landscape Architects'
"Don't forget SketchUpArtists :)"
Sep 16, 2015
Mitch Howard liked Jayson Wood's blog post 10+ Resources to Enhance your SketchUp Skills
Mar 13, 2014
dan paul replied to Jayson Wood's discussion 'Best tablet for Landscape Arch/Design use-'
"I am sold on the Microsoft Surface Pro if it can run Sketchup"
Mar 10, 2014
dan paul replied to Jayson Wood's discussion 'Best tablet for Landscape Arch/Design use-'
"really cool"
Mar 9, 2014
Mitch Howard liked Jayson Wood's blog post Design Library: 6 Books on Construction Details
Jan 21, 2014
Walter Bone replied to Jayson Wood's discussion 'Best tablet for Landscape Arch/Design use-'
"Several have told me the SurfacePro works great.  Should also consider the new ultra thin laptops coming out with touch screen capability.  Lenovo has one where the screen is hinged and can lay flat on a table.  turn it around a…"
Dec 10, 2013
brian matthew walker replied to Jayson Wood's discussion 'Best tablet for Landscape Arch/Design use-'
"Glad I saw this discussion...I have been debating whether or not to get a Wacom product. have not yet decided if i want to spend the extra to get a Cintiq or not.  Probably will just go with the IntuoPro or something similar.  Does anyone…"
Dec 9, 2013
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Oct 8, 2013
Bryan Rahija liked Jayson Wood's blog post Tech Beat: A look at Digital Tablets and Styluses for Designers
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Akin Adekile commented on Jayson Wood's blog post 'Technology: A look at Digital Tablets and Styluses for Designers'
"I've been creating art on my intuos for quite some years now. Original tablet I first had was a bamboo. It worked just fine, but I eventually lost it. Next tablet I want to purchase is a surface pro that comes with a pressure sensitive wacom…"
Oct 5, 2013
Jayson Wood commented on Jayson Wood's blog post 'Technology: A look at Digital Tablets and Styluses for Designers'
"The "arc notes" app, available here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.arcsoft.arcnote&hl=en is also a great tool, if you have the chance to try it-"
Oct 4, 2013
Andrew Spiering liked Jayson Wood's blog post Technology: A look at Digital Tablets and Styluses for Designers
Oct 4, 2013
Matthew Stubbs replied to Jayson Wood's discussion 'Best tablet for Landscape Arch/Design use-'
"You should look into the new cintiq tablets from Wacom. The hybrid one just came out that runs an android OS and they gave another one coming out that will have windows 8 on it. Hearing lots of good things about them. The come with a Wacom stylus…"
Oct 2, 2013

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10 SketchUp Resources for Landscape Architects

With the follow-up to Daniel Tal's 2009 book,"Rendering in…

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Posted on April 9, 2013 at 11:00pm — 8 Comments

Design Library: 6 Books on Construction Details

The Land8 Webinar: Forgiving Landscape Details and Detailing for Ease of Construction featuring Thomas Ryan provided a much needed look at the adapting field of detailing. Details are a Landscape Architect's bread and butter. Consideration, intuition, and final construction are why we're hired. The material…

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Posted on January 12, 2013 at 9:00am — 2 Comments

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