Image courtesy of Shaan Hurley
I am in Las Vegas this week for Autodesk University. I fly out Thursday night. I will be in the Exhibit Hall talking about the Autodesk Labs process and how feedback is what makes it tick. I will be discussing a few of the technologies on Autodesk Labs. At this time I would like to publicly thank the technology champions who made these previews possible on Autodesk Labs.
Project Spark - a standalone application for Building Information Modeling whose user interface is a simplified version of Revit
Champion: Emily Marcus
Project Vasari - a standalone application for conceptual modeling with analysis capabilities that run in the Autodesk Cloud instead of your desktop
Champion: Kevin Schneider
Project Falcon - a standalone application or Alias add-on so you can perform wind tunnel analysis
Champion: Ian Pendlebury
Project Storm - a Revit Structure add-on to upload Building Information Models to the Autodesk Cloud for structural analysis
Champion: Pawel Piechnik
Project Galileo Online - an Infrastructure Modeler add-on for sharing and collaborating on infrastructure models via the Autodesk Cloud. Its presence on Autodesk Labs will return on the 29th. I will update the Autodesk Labs site from the Venetian.
Champion: Chris Andrews
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