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Briefly: New iPad Air cases from Acase, Autodesk adds guided capture

updated 12:35 pm EST, Sat November 16, 2013

Acase releases Tip Top and F1 cases for iPad Air

Acase, a designer and manufacturer of mobile device accessories, has announced the availability of two lightweight iPad Air cases: the TipTop, which emphasizes functionality, and the F1 Case, that focuses on style. The TipTop can prop the tablet in six distinct angles, and includes a hand strap for preventing drops while holding it. The F1 provides users with a cover that also can prop the tablet for adequate typing usage, and sports a black and red aesthetic that likens itself to an Italian race car. Both cases are made of premium leather, and feature magnetic covers that automatically turn the iPad on or off. Available on Amazon, the F1 Case and TipTop are each regularly priced at $40 and currently on sale for $25 and $20 respectively.

Autodesk updates 123D Catch,adding new guided capture feature

Autodesk has released an update for 123D Catch, a free reality capture app for iOS. Offering users the ability to capture, create and share 3D images, Version 2.0 is requires iOS 7. Its new guided capture feature, Photo Compass, helps the user shoot and create a 3D image. Additionally, 123D Catch consists of more details photorealistic 3D models, and a fast-streaming, updated gallery. Available on iTunes, 123D Catch can be downloaded for free.



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