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Sketchup 2013 - Use on PC with a PS4 Gamepad

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Sketchup 2013 Controller Support for PS4 Gamepads
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This profile is compatible with any standard PC Gamepad, Xbox 360 Controller, Playstation (PS4, PS3, PSX), or any similar devices
Genre: 3D Modelling
Developer: Trimble Navigation
Release Date: August 2000

Profile for Trimble SketchUp 2013

Formerly known as Google SketchUp
Made for viewing models already made and can be viewed as a 3D model using any gaming devices.

SketchUp was invented back in 1999 by a couple of 3D industry veterans
(or refugees, depending on your perspective) to make it easier for people to
see their ideas in three dimensions. That was it, really ó they just wanted to
make a piece of software that anyone could use to build 3D models. What I
saw in Arkansas makes me think they were successful. was acquired by Google in March 14, 2006...
[Excerpt taken from Google SketchUp for Dummies]
SketchUp was developed by startup company @Last Software of Boulder, Colorado, co-founded in 1999 by Brad Schell and Joe Esch.

On June 1, 2012, Trimble acquired SketchUp from Google.