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CATIA Natural Sketch Addresses Complete Industrial Design Workflow.

India, Nov. 22 -- Dassault Systemes, a 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions provider, has unfurled CATIA Natural Sketch, a 3D sketching experience, which brings together the intuitiveness of creative 2D painting gestures and the power of accurate, realistic 3D modeling.

The CATIA Natural Sketch brings experience matching creative purposes while removing emotional barriers towards 3D creation. This lifelike creative experience helps designers to free up their creativity and share their ideas more rapidly and precisely.

"Dassault Systemes is continuously striving to make the power of its widely recognized 3D creation solutions accessible to a larger audience with the right experience empowering designers with intuitiveness while enhancing their creativity," said Anne Asensio, Vice President, Design Experience, Dassault Systemes. "To turn dreams into reality we have successfully brought together forward-looking designers and Dassault Systemes technology experts, resulting in registered patents and delivering this unique 3D sketching experience."

Alexandre Meyer, Automotive Designer, added, "An incredible ergonomic step forward: easier than pen on paper. A powerful way of working with concepts! It is probably one of the first designer's mind-oriented technologies. This technology is transforming any creative workflow."

CATIA Natural Sketch also eliminates workflow disruptions through the entire industrial design process.

Sketching in 3D with CATIA Natural Sketch enables designers to better understand their design in 3D, avoid misinterpretations of 2D views, and better communicate their ideas to 3D modelers.

It also gives designers and design studio teams the ability to use 3D sketched curves to create a model with surface modeling or subdivision surface modeling tools within CATIA. By directly transforming a 2D sketch into a 3D digital product, inconsistencies between the design intent and reality can be avoided, resulting in dramatic improvements in design quality.

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Date:Nov 22, 2011
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