The app positions itself as a helpful tool in the field where critical design decisions have to be made consistently — with the amount of on-site design often outweighing planning in Concept and SD combined.
<img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/nc/nco17pg3erl5l6z1.gif" border="0" />If you've already liked or used <a href="https://archinect.com/news/tag/188790/morpholio" rel="nofollow" >Morpholio</a>'s popular <a href="https://archinect.com/news/tag/184011/trace" rel="nofollow" >Trace</a> app on the iPad Pro, you can now also get excited to put it to work on your small screen: TracePro just launched for iPhone and presents a powerful architectural application of Apple's ARKit <a href="https://archinect.com/news/tag/8401/augmented-reality" rel="nofollow" >augmented reality</a> framework in a pocket-friendly format.<br>
"Not only do budgets, scope changes and fast track schedules force important design decisions on site," Morpholio explains the need for TracePro, "but unforeseen field conditions, contractor errors and never ending client changes can all keep your team designing and problem solving throughout CA."
Five so-called "CA Super Tools" are the app's key features designed to make architects' lives in field easier:
- AR Drawing on Site: utilizing the iPhone's pow...