For many years I had an Autodesk Labs booth at Autodesk University. Many of you may recall the Perceptive Pixel Multi-touch Wall or the Project Photofly Booth. Sometimes we even had multiple booths where we demoed various technology previews.
This year I am happy to announce that Autodesk Research, a kindred team that is also part of the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO), will have a booth at AU. The team will be sharing some of their cutting edge research. Here's how they fit into the Autodesk ecosystem.
Some universities who work with Autodesk Research also work with Autodesk Labs because they are also early adopters.
The Autodesk Research team sometimes makes use of the Autodesk Labs feedback process. For example, the Autodesk Research team currently has Project Chronicle available via Autodesk Labs as a technology preview. Project Chronicle helps you share your knowledge with others by enhancing the training video experience with application-specific metadata.
So for those going to AU, make sure your check out their booth in the AU Exhibit Hall. You can provide your feedback face to face. That's a great benefit of attending AU in-person for everyone involved.
AU planning is alive in the lab.