Autodesk recently released ReMake, née Memento, as a commercial product. Tatjana Dzambazova, senior product manager at Autodesk, explained that development of Memento was spurred several years ago by technology trends: “We were seeing that the sensors that can digitize reality were becoming more accessible and affordable.” Those reality-digitization technologies include high-quality photography, laser scanning, and motion sensing systems such as the Microsoft Kinect.

ReMake is touted as consolidating the capabilities of multiple data manipulation tools into a single, easy-to-learn interface. Accessible to engineers and non-professionals alike on the tool site, there are also no hardware requirements because ReMake [perform its computing tasks] locally or on the cloud … you can create a 3D model without having a strong desktop machine.

>Read more by Cyrena Respini-Irwin, Cadalyst, May 26, 2016

Autodesk ReMake Creates 3D Meshes from Reality Capture Data