There’s just over a week to go before the craziest week of my year (i.e. Autodesk University) kicks off, once again. I’ve been heads-down preparing various slide-decks and handouts for the big event. Things are in reasonably good shape, but there’s still a bit of work left to do.
I had a quick glance at the class list – mainly to make sure that I had the classes themselves in my calendar, before people start double-booking me for meetings – and I noticed the numbers of registrations:
Here’s a list to the various classes with links so you can check out the descriptions:
|CCS226503 - Generative Urban Design: A Collaboration Between Autodesk Research and Van Wijnen||Mon, Nov 12, 1:30-3:00 PM||103|
|SDFDC254393 - Robots, skeletons and streamlines: pushing the limits with the Forge viewer||Mon, Nov 12, 3:45-4:45 PM||32|
|SD229074 - Getting Started with Generative Design for AEC||Tues, Nov 13, 1:30-2:30 PM||181|
|CS239262 - Generative Urban Design: a collaboration between Autodesk Research and Van Wijnen (repeat session)||Thurs, Nov 15, 1:30-2:30 PM||63|
The ones that have been posted for a while have decent enough attendance: the third in the list is already full, it seems. The second of my classes is perhaps a little undersubscribed – which is completely normal, given the fact it was added very late in the day – but that particular class is going to be super-cool: it’ll contain information about all the things we’ve been doing with the Forge viewer in Dasher 360 around realtime and historical sensor data. I gave this class at the Forge DevCon in Darmstadt, but that was the week before we were able to display realtime skeleton data for the MX3D bridge and animate a robot based on data we’d collected in a lab. So much cool stuff!
Anyway – if it looks like you’re going to be at either the Forge DevCon or Connect & Construct, please do sign up for this class. You won’t be disappointed!