Tag Archives: Autodesk

xyHt News Links: 2/12/16

Hybrid concepts as ideal drive technology for commercial UAV use Autodesk’s InfraWorks 360 Offering Simplified Pix4D and Parrot Release Precision Agriculture Solutions Topcon introduces newest data controller for surveying solutions Affordable All-In-One GNSS and RTK Data Collector Verisurf X9 Software Sokkia releases SHC500 field controller an open source street level photo viewer that can be...

xyHt News Links: 2/5/16

Topcon releases entry-level ES series total station Topcon announces new indicate machine control system for dozers AUVSI provides interactive map of UAS legislation Sokkia introduces SHC5000 field controller Topcon announces Topcon Solutions Stores Topcon introduces next generation machine control Autodesk Announces Restructuring Plan to Accelerate Transition to Cloud and Subscription Business MAPPS, NSPS Announce 2016...

Nick Zeeben

Product Manager at Autodesk Legacy incremental models for software development have not always served the changing needs of the customers. “Scrum” teams, working in close collaboration, are a new, agile development model that recognizes that customer needs can change during the course of legacy development cycles.  Nick Zeeben is a product manager for Autodesk, leading...

A model of the California Academy of Sciences, on display in the Autodesk Gallery.

The Extended Entity of Autodesk

Has Autodesk become too large? Too diverse? Did the software get too complex? Or are those concerns missing the point? We’re far from the day when we can think of something we’d like and it simply materializes: there’s still a long path between ideation and realization. But, for more than three decades the path between...

Creating a 3D model with Autodesk’s 123D Catch application starts with taking 30 to 70 photos of a subject.

123D Catch for the Masses

How to Make A 3D Model of Your Sleeping Cat Stereoscopic imaging, better known as 3D, is not new. In the 16th century, “binocular” images were viewed cross-eyed. In 1838, Sir Charles Wheatstone invented the stereoscope to give depth to images. It presented two offset 2D images separately to the left and right eye of...

Autodesk + Leica Geosystems

Two tech giants embark on a collaboration and education outreach. At June 2015’s HxGN LIVE (the annual user conference for Leica Geosystems and other divisions of Hexagon), we spied something rather surprising: an Autodesk booth. What’s more, someone at the booth was using Autodesk software for construction layout on a consumer tablet, driving a Leica...