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This building was once Towne Storage.

For one of my two engineering/design classes, my friend and I reverse engineered a skateboard, as well as modeled it in Autodesk Inventor. The trucks were a pain in the ass to make in Inventor.

 

Last major project before I graduate: complete!

An automotive chassis from the mind of the machine.

 

Here they constrained the computer algorithm to use straight struts between joints. Yet, it looks so organic, like so many of the products of an iterative algorithm (evolution, deep learning, genetic programming, etc).

 

www.autodesk.com/solutions/generative-design

captured on the walls in real-time by Stephanie Crowley. She is working on the summary of my talk (long version here) and some random three-word summaries from others in blue. More examples below.

 

And here is a new teaser video by Autodesk about this IDEAS brain spa.

This is a School Building one my colleagues at Autodesk put together using Revit Architecture.

 

We then re-used the data in Autodesk Inventor to develop the required mechanical\manufacturing products.

A water treatmet skid for a large retail outlet designed using Autodesk Inventor and shared with Autodesk Revit to use within the Building Information Model

A water treatmet skid for a large retail outlet designed using Autodesk Inventor and shared with Autodesk Revit to use within the Building Information Model

I rebuilt in new surfaces a car model from Carl Frischmith which was made in AutoCAD 2007. with the new surfaces and materials it was fun and looks amazing.

This was originally the AutoCAD LT written by Autodesk Founder John Walker in a short time.

The 3D model was created in AutoCAD 2009 and imported and styled in Autodesk Impression 2 in about 30 seconds.

An Autodesk product brochure from the 90s based on a book by James Gleick The New Science of CHAOS

I finally got round to updating my boys wooden fork lift truck toy in Autodesk Inventor 2012.

 

These screenshots are taken with the Ray Tracing option turned on.

I finally got round to updating my boys wooden fork lift truck toy in Autodesk Inventor 2012.

 

These screenshots are taken with the Ray Tracing option turned on.

I finally got round to updating my boys wooden fork lift truck toy in Autodesk Inventor 2012.

 

These screenshots are taken with the Ray Tracing option turned on.

I was recently asked a question about sharing data via Autodesk Inventors BIM Exchange tool. The question was about material consistency from one to the other.

 

These two screenshots show the model in Inventor with textures and colours and the same thing in Revit when opening the .adsk file into Revit.

 

As you can see, they both have the same colours and textures applied!

CROSSVIEW

To view 3D pics cross your eyes focusing between at the pictures until both images overlap one another in the middle.

Per vedere le foto in 3D incrociare (strabuzzare leggermente) gli occhi fino a che le due immagini si sovrappongono formandone una sola centrale.

 

Drawn by me with Autodesk Sketchbook

 

Another version of this mural has the dolphins up front replaced with foliage.

 

SEEN AT:

- Regal Natomas Marketplace 16 & RPX - Sacramento, CA (Theater 14; 146 seats) [foliage version]

- Regal Magnolia Place 16 - Coral Springs, FL (Theater 15; 76 seats) [dolphin version]

- Regal Bell Tower 20 - Fort Myers, FL (Theater 8; 204 seats) [large version]

- Regal Bell Tower 20 - Fort Myers, FL (Theater 13; 181 seats) [small version]

- Regal Treasure Coast Mall 16 - Jensen Beach, FL (Theater 3; 82 seats) [foliage version]

- Regal South Beach 18 & IMAX - Miami Beach, FL (Theater 18; 164 seats) [foliage version]

- Cobb Miami Lakes 17 - Miami Lakes, FL (Theater 6; 180 seats) [dolphin version]

- Regal Royal Palm Beach 18 & RPX - Royal Palm Beach, FL (Theater 17; 113 seats) [dolphin version]

- Regal Sawgrass 23 & IMAX - Sunrise, FL (Theater 23; 158 seats) [dolphin version]

- Regal Citrus Park 20 - Tampa, FL (Theater 3, 8 or 9) [foliage version]

- Regal Hollywood 24 @ North I-85 - Chamblee, GA (Theater 20; 192 seats) [foliage version]

- Regal Stonecrest @ Piper Glen 22 IMAX & RPX - Charlotte, NC (Theater 2, 14 or 22) [dolphin version]

- Raleighwood Cinema Grill - Raleigh, NC (Theater 2) [large version]

- Regal Oaks 24 - Oaks, PA (Theater 20) [foliage version]

- Regal Warrington Crossing 22 & IMAX - Warrington, PA (Theater 2; 283 seats) [foliage version]

- Regal Hollywood 20 & RPX - Greenville, SC (Theater 12; 181 seats) [dolphin version]

- Cinema Cafe @ Greenbrier Mall - Chesapeake, VA (Theater 3) [early version]

- Regal Riverside Plaza 12 / Cinema Cafe 12 - Hampton, VA (Theater 12)

- Regal MacArthur Center 18 & RPX - Norfolk, VA (Theater 11; 141 seats) [dolphin version]

 

FORMERLY SEEN AT:

- Jupiter 18 - Jupiter, FL [early version]

- Regal Hollywood 20 - Sarasota, FL (Theater 7; 188 seats) [dolphin version]

- Regal Hollywood 20 - Sarasota, FL (Theater 17 [188 / 82 seats])

- Regal Lincolnshire 20 & IMAX - Lincolnshire, IL (Theater 7) [foliage version]

Rendered using Autodesk's 3dsmax.

Autodesk X Summit 2015 design conference, October 19-21, 2015, San Francisco, California.

Rendered using Autodesk's 3dsmax.

The newly released Autodesk Inventor 2012 now contains Ray Tracing directly inside the geometry window!

Painted with Inspire Pro (beta) and and Procreate on an iPad 3 freehand.

 

See JKPP discussion here:

 

www.flickr.com/groups/portraitparty/discuss/7215762766280...

 

And David's work here:

 

www.flickr.com/photos/heisreason/

Rendered using Autodesk's 3dsmax.

encargado del area comercial de productos de manufactura Luis Avila de Autodesk durante la entrevista con 3DCadPortal en Plastimagen 2011

Mechanical Engineering Design CAD

Photo credit: Scout Tufankjian

AutoCAD 2004 screencapture

Autodesk Shanghai office.

Paper manufacturing machine designed and visualised using Autodesk Inventor

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