A few things have changed since the last time I mused about Orthograph.
- I got an iPad (well my wife and I bought an iPad mini for ourselves, though it’s mostly hers)
- I got a copy of Orthograph 4.0
- Orthograph 4.0 was released
I’ve had some time to play around with Orthograph 4.0 and so far I’m quite happy. It definitely lives up to the assumptions I made in my previous post. Once you begin to understand the logic of Orthograph it is quite easy to draw rooms and dimension them. Of course I’ve only spent a little time with the app, so before I make more sweeping judgements I want to investigate further and pester the guys that make Orthograph about a few questions I have (I don’t want to blame them for some missing command if it’s just my own ignorance). Now my wife is taking our iPad with her to Dubai and Oman for two weeks while she’s there as part of her MBA program. Which means if I don’t find time in the next week to investigate Orthograph 4.0 further, a more in depth look will have to wait until late January…
Nevertheless, I wanted to spread the word that the new version is out and mention that the above video does a good job of showing Orthograph in action.