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Upcoming Eyeshot releases

We operate in a dynamic environment, and things are subject to change. The information provided on this page is intended to outline the general devDept Software products direction. It is intended for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon when making any purchasing decision. The development, releases and timing of any features or functionality described for devDept Software products remains at the sole discretion of devDept Software. This roadmap does not represent a commitment, obligation or promise to deliver any products to the customer at any time.


Version 2022.3 planned for Sep 2022

Priority Feature Description Product
Edition
Progress Preview
B Features An improved sketcher demo code sample with feature tree and history base rebuild All 80%  

Eyeshot 2023 planned for Jan 2023


Priority Feature Description Product
Edition
Progress Preview
C GCode simulation A new code sample for GCode simulation with tool library and stock definition All 50%  
B Text Further improvements to small texts drawing/readability All 95%  
B Ambient Occlusion Screen space ambient occlusion All 90% Video
B Twins separation Stage II: translators moved to the .NET6 geometric kernel side All 10%  
A Selection Static semi-transparent selection like v2022.2 dynamic one All 10%  
B CAM Project and Trace machining classes Ultimate and up 50%  
B DWG file format The preliminary version of the managed ReadDWG class All 50%  
B Hidden Lines Removal A faster and less accurate way to generate vector views on large datasets All 20%  
B Memory footprint Tessellation of all entities will be moved to float arrays, this will reduce the geometry memory footprint, proprietary file format file size and file read/write speed. All 50%  
B Meshing A new Meshing namespace with Curve, Plane, Surface and Volume mesher classes. Fem 90%  


A new project for importing DXG/DXF without relying on Open Design Alliance unmanaged DLLs started on August 2020. It will take more than one year and possibly will allow us to get rid of all those legacy DLLs that today are necessary for DWG/DXF read/write. Please vote/comment for this feature here.