Archaus Architects “On Top, Down Under”

2 04 2009

Find out why AutoDesk think Archaus Architects are “On Top, Down Under”… Click here to review the Autodesk press release

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Wellington Architecture Company Reaps Results with Autodesk….

3 03 2009

ArcHaus Reaps Results with Autodesk
The integration of Autodesk Revit Architecture and Autodesk 3ds Max improves workflows and rendering to deliver sophisticated visualisations, true BIM collaboration and client inspiration. Click here to review PDF…





Another good CAD Blog… CADUZER

8 01 2009

caduzer

I came across the CADUZER blog while “surfing” over the Xmas/New Year break – it’s definately worth checking out…

Check it out here….





Holy Bat Cave, Batman – Autodesk Software on a MAC….

8 01 2009

To coincide with the annual Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, Autodesk, Inc. announced today that it has expanded its portfolio of Macintosh 2D and 3D software tools for entertainment, multimedia and design professionals. The three new 2009 products for Mac OS X are Autodesk Toxik procedural compositing software, Autodesk Mudbox digital sculpting and texture painting software, and Autodesk Image Modeler image-based modeling and photogrammetry software. As well, 2009 versions of Autodesk Maya 3D modeling, animation and rendering software and Autodesk Stitcher photo-stitching software are already available on the Mac.

“Given the growing adoption of Mac OS X and the production requirements of the Mac community, we’re excited to offer these premiere creative tools to Mac artists,” said Stig Gruman, Digital Entertainment Group vice president, Autodesk Media & Entertainment. “Autodesk’s product offerings will empower artistic vision and provide Mac users with the tools to bring their creative ideas to life.”

“Mac OS X Leopard, combined with our powerful Mac hardware, offers creative and design specialists a compelling platform for creating everything from stunning 2D visual effects to advanced 3D models for digital entertainment,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. “We’re thrilled that Autodesk is expanding its Mac 2D and 3D software offerings for our creative professionals.”

For more info – click here

Could this mean Revit may come to a MAC too…..?????….