This was an amazing project to be part of. It will help scientist better understand the changes our oceans are experiencing, and how coral reefs are responding over time by documenting in 3D the changes of the coral.
Here is a photo of me at Kalaupapa MolokaiHawaii diving with camera gear to capture the reef corals.
The Autodesk 3DRV continues it's winding tour of the United States along the East Coast and will eventually wind up in 102 days at Autodesk University 2014. Read more about the stops and the blog entries of the travels at 3DRV.com.
It was August 21st, 2003 when this blog went public with the sole purpose to help fellow Autodesk software users, have some fun, and add a personal voice to Autodesk. It was started to help people by sharing knowledge and information and have fun and was not part of my job, but something I really enjoyed and still do especially when I get a comment or email saying thank you for helping or that they enjoy reading the blog. Before long more and more blogs in the CAD software industry started which was a good thing for everyone.
I have said I before and it is worth saying again. I would especially like to thank Autodesk management for allowing, and encouraging Autodesk employees to be engaged, transparent, and actively participate in social media like blogs (http://blogs.autodesk.com) and twitter. It takes a great deal of confidence for a company to place the trust in its employees to do the right thing and Autodesk has always has. I want to also thank the two Autodesk employees that opened my eyes to what a blog was and got me started back in 2003, thank you Bill Johnston and Eric Wright.
And also a HUGE Thank You to all the readers of Between the Lines Blog as I wouldn't be here blogging 11 years later without you. Thank you for reading the 2,291 post on this blog and adding to the tens of millions of page views and millions of visitors!
Get ready for going back to school with free Autodesk software. Autodesk’s Design the Future program helps bring free access to Autodesk software and some curriculum to secondary schools in the U.K., U.S. Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
In this YouTube recording of a 50+ minute session, Autodesk technical evangelist Chris Murray will demonstrate new scene workflows, layout and render tools along with other powerful new additions in 3ds Max 2015.
"The Release Preview provides a sneak peek into potential future enhancements for architects and MEP and structural engineers. With more than 35 features and enhancements to try, the preview includes Solon integration for more personalized building performance analysis, sequencing for power circuits, and enhanced rebar tools."
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So you signed up for an Autodesk Feedback account where Autodesk Beta and Autodesk Labs projects are hosted but don't like the username name you selected when you signed up?
You will have to change some account profile settings from the main Autodesk community login site as the Autodesk Feedback Community can edit your beta profile information, but currently it cannot edit your username.
Join Autodesk on the road for the 3DRV Tour at more than 100+ stops to visit students, companies, and over the course of eight months.
Autodesk is sponsoring a RV tour of the United States that celebrates the future of how things are designed and made. Led by TJ McCue, host, writer, and 3D enthusiast, the 3D RV tour is visiting America’s cities, towns and off-the-beaten-path byways to explore a powerful and fundamental change in the way things are designed and made, and the implications to business and to society at large.