For me, one of the coolest things about SpaceClaim is the refocus on innovation and freedom that it inspires in users. People often use SpaceClaim when they want to break free from rigid constraints and just think through some new ideas on the back of a digital napkin.
James Irvine (Pulseair Defense Solutions), an Australian super-SpaceClaimer, just sent me this wild video of his voice control hack. He used a free tool called PiLfIuS to teach SpaceClaim to respond to his voice commands. Using just a mouse and his voice, he is able to conceptualize new ideas while holding a giant mug of jet fuel coffee.
The question in my mind:
Does SpaceClaim inspire fun & creativity in people?
… or do fun & creative people just gravitate to SpaceClaim?
Note: James has much better taste in music than featured in this video… but Youtube rejected his original (copyrighted) Guns ‘n Roses track!