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Sources for SketchUp connection 1.00

Sources for the article "How to Connect SimTools to SketchUp"

  1. value1
    This are the resources for the article "How to Connect SimTools to SketchUp".
    The zip file contains:
    • a working SketchUp model of a "SimforceGT" type simulation platform with traction-loss
    • the Ruby script to send the data from SimTools to SketchUp
    • the socket.so library needed for UDP communication within Ruby and the Ruby license

    You also need to install SketchyPhysics from here.

Recent Reviews

  1. momoclic
    Version: 1.00
  2. RaceRay
    Version: 1.00
    Excellent tutorial. Thanks Thomas!