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Ideal Modeling & Diagramming Tool for Agile Team Collaboration

Ideal Modeling & Diagramming Tool for Agile Team Collaboration
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Effective way to create and manage architecture views


Design your own spreadsheets with a smart spreadsheet editor.

LeSS and Nexus Canvas

Plan, track and manage scrum projects through a nice one-page canvas.

Form Builder

Create your own forms using our drag-and-drop form builder that has all the layout tools, form fields and flexibility you need.


All the EA tools and guidance you need in designing Enterprise Architecture and composing TOGAF deliverables. Customizable. No prior-learning required.

UML Diagrams

Create professional UML diagrams with an award-winning UML tool that supports latest UML 2.x diagrams and modeling features.

Code Engineering

Online tools for collaborative diagramming, user story mapping, customer journey mapping and task management.

Agile User Story Mapping

Manage product backlog with User Story Map. Estimate effort with affinity table. Track sprint progress with scrum board and burndown chart.

ERD & Database Engineering

Easily create data model for database design. Generate and update database from and to ERD in seconds.

UX Toolset

Perform UX

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opensource image based 3d modeling software

insight3d lets you create 3D models from photographs. You give it a series of photos of a
real scene (e.g., of a building), it automatically matches them and then calculates positions
in space from which each photo has been taken (plus camera’s optical parameters) along
with a 3D pointcloud of the scene. You can then use insight3d’s modeling tools to create
textured polygonal model.

It is free and opensource (GNU AGPL 3).

Source codes for a new 64-bit version of insight3d are located at:

At this moment, we only provide an installer for an older 32-bit Windows version of insight3d (version 0.3.2).
This version is unlikely to work on datasets containing large numbers of images.
This is due to the fact that for calibration, the application needs to store all detected features from all images at the same time in memory.
One way

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