Autodesk University
yesterday at 22:54. Facebook
More than ever before, Autodesk University is dedicated to supporting you. After all, it's your network, it's your community, and it's your learning and career development that will help imagine, design, and create a better world. Tell us what you want to learn and experience this year. [ Link ]

Help us plan your AU Las Vegas 2017
Autodesk University
yesterday at 19:35. Facebook
Ever wonder how the Empire manages #construction projects so poorly? Well, check out their PM tips, and you'll know exactly how they execute fatal flaws so perfectly. #StarWars #RogueOne

Rogue One: The Empire’s 6 Steps to Construction Project Management Success
Autodesk University
01/19/2017 at 18:54. Facebook
What's keeping solar architecture from being beautiful? Who says it isn't? Regardless, here are 5 Ways to Design Solar Architecture Beautifully with AU 2016 speaker Jon Gardzelewski.

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5 Ways to Design Solar Architecture Beautifully-Not as an Ugly Afterthought
At AU Las Vegas 2016 we invited diverse experts and innovators to share bite-sized bits of thought leadership in our Innovation Zone. Check out the first episode from Hack Rod founders Mouse McCoy and Felix Holst: [ Link ]

AU Innovation Zone: Hack Rod
Take a seat in one of the most innovative objects of 2016, Autodesk's Elbo Chair [ Link ]

The Most Innovative Objects of 2016 (That You'll Actually Want to use)
AU is London bound in 2017. Are you in?

Submit a proposal by January 20, 2017 for consideration.

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AU United Kingdom 2017 - CFP
Architects—learn how to integrate animation and CG into a live plate to help your clients better understand their sites, designs, and directions, in this #AIA approved class:

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Architectural CG Integration into Live Footage-Visualization and Massing Next Phase
From #VR's impact on construction to #generativedesign and #crowdsourced data, get five design and technology predictions for 2017 that will impact the future from Autodesk CTO, Jeff Kowalski. [ Link ]
“Architecture is at its best when it succeeds at giving physical shape to the stories and ideas important to a culture.” Check out The Wall Street Journal’s “Best Architecture of 2016: Structures New and Reclaimed."
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The Best Architecture of 2016: Structures New and Reclaimed
Join @AdamTheNagy and learn how to use @AutodeskForge and @adskA360 to set your design data free: [ Link ]

Free Your Design Data
This year, a few trends we’ve been talking about for years got really, really real.
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Looking for a little inspiration during the holidays? Explore the future of work in these thought-provoking sessions from the AU 2016 Leadership Forum. [ Link ]

AU 2016 Leadership Forum
The artist behind The Bay Lights project, which was featured in an AU 2014 Innovation Forum, is at it again, this time setting his sights on London’s bridges: [ Link ]

British-American Team Is Chosen to Light Up London's Bridges
As usual, Autodesk is way ahead of the curve. Machine learning is now revolutionizing every industry—and that’s a good thing: [ Link ]

Machine Learning Is Revolutionizing Every Industry
Happy holidays from your AU family! While you’re making memories with your loved ones, why not take a moment to set yourself some learning goals for next year? We’re here to help.
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Peek behind the curtain. Read how the art team behind Deus Ex: Mankind Divided created a navigable 3D world:
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Behind the scene - Building the world of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Engineering students are advancing prosthetics and helping musicians move with 3D printing technology and innovative design: [ Link ]

Young engineers propel prosthetics into the future
Calling all hardware wonks—@MattStachoni is back with his guide to specifying the best 3D and BIM workstations:
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A Hardware Wonk's Guide to Specifying the Best 3D and BIM Workstations-2016 Edition
Use automation to your advantage in BIM projects—the more data, the bigger the advantage. Watch and learn:
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Automation in a World of Endless Parts and Pieces
In small design and architecture firms, it doesn’t always make economic sense to have a dedicated CAD manager. But someone still has to do that work. If that’s you, CAD expert Rick Ellis has a few tips @Cadalyst: [ Link ]

When You're a CAD Manager and You Don't Even Know It