This week Autodesk will be at SIGGRAPH 2015 in Los Angeles. Aside from its booth and many activities, the company has several exhibitor sessions in Room 408A.
Room 408A Sessions
Autodesk will be showing the latest Autodesk 3ds Max 2016, Autodesk Maya 2016, as well as sessions on VRED and the beta version of Autodesk Memento.
For readers who have not heard of Memento before, the product is a Windows and Mac-based software solution for ‘reality capture’ and conversion to high-quality 3D content. It is an end-to-end solution for converting photos and scans into high-definition 3D meshes that can be cleaned up, fixed, and optimized for the web, mobile or 3D printing or fabbing.
You can see the beta version of Memento in action here below:
To see the complete Autodesk sessions schedule for room 408A go here.
Autodesk Vision Series
More information and many images can be found here on Autodesk’s plans for SIGGRAPH 2015. One particular event may interest the AEC reader at Architosh. On 12 August at 1:30 PM PDT, Rick Davis, industry manager, design visualization at Autodesk, will lead a session on the subject and talk about how the company is bringing the Stingray Engine into AEC visualization through the use of this interesting, interactive technology.
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