Autodesk is a software company. As someone with a background in software engineering, I find what we do fascinating: Agile requirements gathering and analysis, object oriented design, platform independent coding, stepping through code with a debugger, code coverage testing, source code version control, and release management, etc. Somebody pinch me. Despite the allure of these topics, the general public is not so impressed. Luckily for us, we can tell the Autodesk story through the work of our customers. For this we have the Autodesk Gallery at One Market in San Francisco.
I have written many blog posts about exhibits in the Autodesk Gallery. For example:
- Autodesk Gallery: The SOCCKET Exhibit
- Autodesk Gallery: Powers of Design Exhibit
- 3D Printed Motorcycle Designer Settles 5 year-old debate
- Autodesk Gallery: Bay Lights Exhibit
- Happy Holidays: The Gift of 3D Printing
If you would like to come see these exhibits for yourself, there is good news. The gallery now has expanded hours. Starting today the gallery will be open to the public Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 AM — 5 PM, as opposed to the original Wednesday noon — 5 PM time slot. Visit us.
Thanks to Kimberly for the pictures and Brittany for the information.
Expansion is alive in the lab.