Want to learn more about machine learning, generative design, and robotics? Autodesk's Redshift explores the future of making things: how products, buildings, and cities will be built tomorrow—and even 100 years from now. So what does our future hold? Click on the link in our bio to find out.
Recognize this building? The exterior is curved in two directions and overlaid with ripple geometry, which looks like wavelets of freshly blown snow. Most of @snohetta's drawings for the @sfmoma expansion were generated in Autodesk Revit.
If you look closely, you'll see @alanramirezrmz's Rubik's Cube–inspired house.
@villalpandoart's mesmerizing obstacle course animated and rendered in Maya.
How to design provocatively and look beyond the product—@KiskaDesign reimagines the iconic Steve McQueen motorcycle. To learn more, click on the link in our bio.
Check out our new digs! Last week, we held the grand opening for our Portland office. Autodesk products were key in the design and restoration of the building, which includes a space where local makers can use our tech to imagine what their products will look like.
Watch how light affects @s.o.r.e.n.n's work titled Circle of Life.
Here’s how the construction industry is turning to drones to more accurately capture valuable data from project sites. To learn more, click on the link in our bio.
@aref.razavi.3d's render Moon Light takes us to another place.
@atticviz created this render to explore the interesting form and celebrate the shape of The Fennel, a building in Kuala Lumpur.
Witness these advanced-manufacturing machines work their magic at high speed.
The differences in these renders by @faworks.se are night and day. Swipe through to see.
Experience the power and precision of the Haas Mill.
We're blown away by @ismaelmensa3d's motion graphic titled Shapes 🔷 created in 3ds Max.
The supertall, multiuse skyscrapers of the future are already becoming a reality. To learn more, click on the link in our bio.
Swipe through and be amazed at the detail of @studiotheoutpost's 3D work of art.
@sevenstepsvisuals created this sophisticated modern loft in 3ds Max.
Meet MARUO, a Norwich Terrier, modeled and 3D printed by @hajimetheo.
We're entranced by @danilosaltarelli's abstract motion graphic made in 3ds Max.
Discover how one of the VFX minds behind Star Trek Beyond finds inspiration. To watch the full length video click the link in our bio.