This class will provide tips, tricks, and best practices for using Autodesk Showcase software in the context of an architectural project. AutoCAD® or Autodesk® Revit® users who want to explore a project with their peers or present it to their customers will find this class very interesting.
Architects and interior designers who are using AutoCAD software in 3D or Revit software
Guillermo has a degree in Architecture from Facultad de Arquitectura in Uruguay. He worked as a design professor at state and private schools of architecture, and also became a consultant for architectural firms, specializing in 3D modeling, rendering and animations.
He was hired by Autodesk Argentina in 2006, moving to Buenos Aires, and becoming Application Engineer. His job involved demoing, implementing and training on most of the disciplines covered by Autodesk, with particular focus in Building Information Modeling and Design Visualization.
In 2008 Guillermo became Product Manager for AutoCAD. As such, he played a lead role in mesh and surface modeling with AutoCAD 2010 and 2011, as well as other features.
In 2010 he moved into SWSS as a PM for User Workflows and Interoperability. His team delivered Suite Workflows (one suite workflows between AutoCAD/Revit/Inventor into 3ds Max/Showcase.
He's currently Product Line Manager for 123D in the Consumer Products team.
Autodesk® Showcase®, es una poderosa herramienta de renderización que funciona en tiempo real sobre modelos 3D, ofrece la posibilidad de evaluar opciones de diseño y materiales, a modelos producidos en plataforma AutoCAD o Revit, adicionalmente es una excelente herramienta para mercadear sus proyectos arquitectónicos, y un gran diferenciador a la hora de comunicar ideas y diseños a través de poderosas imágenes y animaciones 3D, que podrá realizar con mucha facilidad, eficiencia y en vivo.
Por que mostrar sus proyectos en 2D si ya puede darles vida a través de Autodesk® Showcase®?, acepte el reto!
This class will provide both techniques and actual working methods and workflows used with Autodesk Inventor software to create architectural content, such as furniture, cabinetry, millwork, and structural building designs. The class emphasizes actual construction procedures using the latest version of Autodesk Inventor and many of the core development tools (iLogic and confidity®). By using Autodesk Inventor for the wood trades, you can accomplish tasks that usually take hours or days in a fraction of the time and produce accurate results the first time around.
This class presents a case study of the evolution of the design process within a historically traditional company. We will cover how we use modern design and visualization technology to maximize design efficiency while integrating with traditional workflows. This class is led by Senior Designer Jon Wells and focuses on the project development of the critically acclaimed Morgan 3 Wheeler.
Learn how to transform your architectural designs or digital prototypes into immersive presentations for effective design reviews or convincing sales presentations. This class will cover tips and tricks to help you add realism, creativity, and dynamism to your presentations.
Fiat is one of the top car manufacturers in the world and is using the power of simulation extensively in their product development. In this class, we will show how simulation technology can be used to validate design and quantify defects that can show up during manufacturing and final assembly. We will visualize production defects in plastic parts using Autodesk® Moldflow® and Autodesk Showcase®.