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The Art of Fluid Animation Tech Talk
Recently, Jos has finished his (first) book, titled “The Art of Fluid Animation.” In this...
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Autodesk University 2015 Jedi academy
Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Jeff Kowalski had two impressive demonstrations of the company’s Project Dreamcatcher...
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Autodesk and Airbus generatively design a 3D-printed “bionic” partition for the A320
One of the coolest news items to break during AU 2015 was the collaboration between...
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Seeing Digital Twin Double
Autodesk and media company Bandito Brothers collaborated on the Hack Rod, which used artificial intelligence,...
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MeshMixer 3.0 Enables Multi-Material 3D Printing
Version 3.0 has two major new features, one of which is applicable to 3D printing...
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Super Bowl 100: How The NFL Can Survive The Concussion Epidemic
As the NFL begins to address the existential problems that brain trauma pose, see how...
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L'Oréal Canada reiterates its commitment to women in science - The company launches the L'Oréal Canada For Girls in Science Program
MONTREAL, Jan. 21, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - At a ceremony held on January 21 at...
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Meshmixer 3.0
meshmixer_banner_250.png Autodesk Research, in collaboration with the Autodesk Consumer Group , is pleased to announce...
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This New 3D-Printed Jet Part is Based on the Shape of Bones
Curious what The Living —the forward-thinking New York-based architecture firm best known for Hy-Fi, the...
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CAD Is a Lie: Generative Design to the Rescue
Repeating things for decades doesn’t make them true. I can prove this pretty easily because,...
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Airbus Uses Autodesk to Create a Space-Saving 3D Printed Organically Structured Dividing Wall
There are two things that commercial airplane designers love more than anything: The ability to...
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Autodesk Moves to MaRS
The MaRS Discovery District in Ontario, Canada is one of the largest technology, medical and...
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Moving to MaRS Announcement
We are moving to MaRS! The entire Autodesk Toronto office, over 250 people, will be...
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UCLA engineering student helps create new bike helmet technology
Philippe Videau held a single flexible strip of connected triangular pieces in his hands. Seconds...
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Be3Dimensional in Toronto
Be3Dimensional, or B3D, will bring together global and local thought leaders to both inspire and...
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Scientists have programmed robots to build bridges without human help
Robots are muscling in on a growing number of human jobs every day, and now...
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Autodesk and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Take on Micro-Scale 3D Printing
Autodesk is teaming up with researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), in Livermore,...
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The Scientist Who Is Making 3D Printing More Human
Madeline Gannon is a researcher, teacher at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture and...
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MIT simplifies 3D printing by making it easier to modify 3D models
MIT has invented a new web-based software that makes it much simpler for users to...
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How Computers Could Design A More 'Organic' Bike Helmet
Traditionally, when designers have wanted to build something new, the process has gone a little...
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