Eddie is an amazing guy. I met him in June of this year and got to see some of his creations which span from Hollywood special effects, Hollywood movie cars and props, to revolutionary motor designs and video technology. He is a modern day inventor as well as master craftsman writing many books on metal fabrication and bodywork including a book on how to customize cars like the ones form the movie Fast and Furious.
Eddie has even done time as a successful Hollywood Stuntman. He is just amazing to talk with and hear about the things he has done and been involved in. Throughout the years Eddie has relied on AutoCAD and 3ds Max products to help design his projects and currently for his rotary motor design getting into Autodesk Inventor.
General Design Campus Highlights
Believe It! AutoCAD continues to evolve. Come discover the latest enhancements including the new 3D features and ribbon user interface. The product has changed enormously since its introduction in 1982, but one thing remains the same: AutoCAD is an easy- to-use and powerful solution that enables you to work within any environment.
General Design Keynote: "Believe It. Sharks Real Enough to Bite; Made in AutoCAD"
Speaker: Eddie Paul, Hollywood special effects and stunt designer
Date/Time: Wednesday, December 3/1:15 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Take a journey through two decades of AutoCAD shark designs with AutoCAD user and Hollywood special effects guru, Eddie Paul. From the his first shark, featured in the Cousteau Society-produced “The Great White Shark: Lonely Lord of the Sea,” through the latest collection of 3D mechanical sharks featured in Discovery Channel’s Shark Fest. You may even catch a glimpse of the kind of shark that could be produced with AutoCAD in the future. Careful. Even sharks designed in AutoCAD are real enough to bite.
Believe It! This is AutoCAD. Visualize 3D AutoCAD at the General Design Booth and Lounge.