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Cory Mogk
Autodesk Research
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We have an exciting new update to Project Draco available for feedback on Autodesk Labs - you can now import pictures to layers to have fun with photos of your friends and family! Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2016 at Autodesk Research
Making is rewarding and can be challenging at the same time. If the challenge gets to be too much, the reward may not happen. To overcome this, we can create smart makerspaces with devices connected via the IoT. In this project from the User Interface group, the smart makerspace is built around an interactive workbench that guides users through their tasks. Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2016 at Autodesk Research
We've talked about using the IoT to design buildings and we've talked about designing a bridge, houses and a motorcycle swingarm with generative design. Let's take that to the next level and look at designing a car! Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2016 at Autodesk Research
The Autodesk Innovation Workshop is a modular toolkit to help innovators bring their ideas to life. We use these tools at Autodesk and want to share them with the world. Participants develop great ideas, gather data to validate their ideas and develop pitches to gain support for on-going development of their ideas. As much as the Innovation Workshop is about developing great ideas, it is also about developing confidence to challenge the status quo and drive positive cultural change. Continue reading
We've talked about using Meshmixer to design prosthetics and now have an interesting story from the Toshiba Stroke and Vascular Research Center in Buffalo, New York. Dr. Ciprian Ionita and his team have developed a method to create 3D-printed vascular models (or "phantoms") using Polyjet printing technology from Stratasys. The... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2016 at Autodesk Research
Over the last several decades, generative design techniques have enabled designers and engineers to broaden their exploration of topology and performance of human-scale structural forms in Architecture. Autodesk is collaborating with Lawrence Livermore National Labs to extend this exploration to micro-architecture and how to design materials at the microscopic level.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2016 at Autodesk Research
We've talked about the 3D Printability project before - it's an Autodesk Research partnership with CBM Canada and the Semaphore Lab at the University of Toronto to bring down the cost and time required to develop lower leg prosthetics. Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2016 at Autodesk Research
There are two ways to make sure your mesh will result in a strong 3D print and Meshmixer can help you out with both of those: Orient your model and thicken the thin areas. Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2016 at Autodesk Research
See how do humans and robots collaborate at Autodesk University 2015! Continue reading
Posted Dec 29, 2015 at Autodesk Research
What happens when Christmas, a new Star Wars movie and an easy to use animation system like Project Draco all happen at the same time? Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2015 at Autodesk Research
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Dec 21, 2015
See what happens when animation meets illustration - try Project Draco now! Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Here's how Autodesk Research proposes typing on smart glasses. Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Learn how Dreamcatcher and generative design are used by a Pier 9 artist in residence. Continue reading
Posted Dec 2, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Easy animation with Project Draco is now available to try on your iPad! Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Visitors to Autodesk University 2015 are invited to work with a robot through wearables and internet of things technologies to help build a 12' high architectural pavilion using bamboo. Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2015 at Autodesk Research
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Nov 25, 2015
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Nov 25, 2015
For those attending Autodesk University this year in Las Vegas, Autodesk Research will be showcasing a number of exciting projects. Continue reading
Posted Nov 25, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Last week we announced that Autodesk's Toronto office will be moving to the MaRS Discovery District next fall! MaRS is one of the largest innovation hubs in the world with residents engaged in things like Health Care, Cleantech, Social Impact and ICT (Information and Communications Technology). Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Autodesk Research will be presenting five papers at the 28th ACM UIST User Interface Software and Technology Symposium in Charlotte, NC, from November 8-11. UIST is the premier forum for innovations in human-computer interfaces. UIST brings together researchers and practitioners from diverse areas including graphical & web user interfaces, tangible... Continue reading
Posted Nov 9, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Autodesk is once again a proud sponsor of CivicAction's Emerging Leaders Network ELNstudio on November 7, 2015 at the University of Toronto. More than 150 rising leaders from the private, public and non-profit sector will come together to generate fresh ideas and innovative solutions to answer one central question: How... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Adding melting to your 3d printing process can help you make better objects. Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2015 at Autodesk Research
Two years ago, Autodesk embraced Open Learning by releasing our learning resources with Creative Commons licensing. The Open Translation project takes this to the next level by allowing anyone to help translate video learning materials to additional languages. This project was developed by Judy Bayne from Autodesk's Media and Entertainment... Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2015 at Autodesk Research
What might a bridge designed by project Dreamcatcher look like while 3d printed in place by robots? Continue reading
Posted Oct 14, 2015 at Autodesk Research