Here is a list of active Autodesk Labs technology previews and their associated expiration dates. The list is sorted by expiration date - so act fast if you want to provide feedback on these technology previews before they retire or graduate.
|Expiration Date||Technology Preview|
|January 28, 2014||Daylighting Analysis for Revit|
|January 31, 2014||Leap Motion Controller Plug-in for MotionBuilder|
|January 31, 2014||Autodesk Freewheel|
|January 31, 2014||Mesh Enabler for Inventor|
|January 31, 2014||Project Falcon (for existing users)|
|February 9, 2014||Project Scandium for Simulation Moldflow Insight|
|February 10, 2014||Design Checker for Inventor|
|February 28, 2014||Project Khan|
|February 28, 2014||Project Pinocchio|
|March 1, 2014||Project Tally for Autodesk Revit|
|March 31, 2014||Project Memento|
|March 31, 2014||FABmep Import for Revit MEP|
|April 1, 2014||Cloud Sync for AutoCAD Architecture / MEP|
|April 1, 2014||Project Miller|
|April 30, 2014||Project Shapeshifter|
|May 27, 2014||Project Dalton|
|June 1, 2014||Project Chronicle|
|June 1, 2014||Project Octopus for Robot Structural Analysis|
|July 1, 2014||Inventor Simplification|
|December 21, 2014||2D to 3D Tool for Inventor|
Technology previews have a specific end date so no one confuses them with perpetual functionality that is associated with a product offering or subscription service. In fact, technology previews are offered for free to Subscription, non-Subscription, and educational customers alike. A development team is focused on a technology preview for a project interval. While they are, they want the feedback and the ability to make a decision so they can continue development of the technology or quickly move on to something else. We appreciate it when we debut technology previews, people try them right away, and provide us with an up or down vote. Your experience shapes the future of our technology indeed.
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