I’m currently putting the finishing touches on my material for Autodesk University 2019. To encourage a few last-minute sign-ups, here are a few teaser GIFs from my classes.
The first is from the class on Project Rediscover (which is apparently now full at 109 sign-ups, so in quite a small room). I used Capturefinery to create a GIF of quite a large Refinery study, but this time highlighting the congestion in a more 3D context.
The second is from the class on Project Dasher – and using Forge for advanced data visualization – which still has 36 spaces in the 190-capacity room. This one is showing how we’ve used a reference bitmap to track mouse movement over sensors in the model, something we’ll discuss in the class.
At this stage my last big task is to practice my AU Theater Talk to make sure it fits into the scheduled 12-minute slot. Misquoting Marc Twain, “I didn't have time to create a short presentation, so I created a long one instead.” I have to fix that.
Otherwise my week at AU is starting to look really busy, as usual. Aside from the 3 presentation slots, I have a focus group and probably upwards of 10 customer meetings to attend. Oh, and 7 different evening events spread across the 3 nights of AU that I’m in Las Vegas for, too. I suppose I should consider those as optional, but they’re always so much fun. :-)