Product Update - April 10 2018


Welcome Gradient Team!

We are excited to have kicked off our Early Adopter Program with some awesome companies! We have a busy three months ahead of us, but we will keep you in the loop with regular product updates.

Gradient Feature Updates

Over the course of the past two weeks since we started our first Gradient users, the core of our time has been focused on ensuring the platform is stable and runs effectively for our user base. Our immediate feature development focus has been around making the notification system robust, building out the file upload system (drag and drop, multiple files, etc) and the initial issue tracking dashboard. We are targeting integration of these updates by the end of the month.

During the April 10th Product Update, we added several key features and fixes as outlined below.

Real-Time Updates
Session Manager

User Tips

After following up with the early adopters, we compiled a short list of some user tips that could benefit all users:

Adding Text/Shapes to Markups

Currently, the markup tools are in their infancy stage and we plan to make them much more intuitive and user friendly in the coming weeks. If you have suggestions, please pass them along.

File Uploads

First Person Walk Through Mode

Optimizing File Viewing

User Success Story

One of our earliest customers is a Colorado-based architecture firm - Chinook Landscape Architecture, LLC. Chinook's passion for providing customers with the most engaging experience possible, and commitment to incorporating their input in a meaningful and efficient way is the reason they became a CoLab customer. The landscape model shown is a 3D drone scan from the job site that was taken to be incorporated into their preliminary bridge CAD model. Chinook’s founder, Jon Altschuld is very passionate about his work and it really shows in the models he builds and the quality of his work. We look forward to seeing more exciting collaborations from Chinook in the future!

‍Figure 1: Sketchup Model with 3D Drone Scan and Bridge Built in Place
‍Figure 2: Issue Creation with Chinook’s Integrated 3D Scan & Sketchup Model

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