Autodesk Alias 2014: two new webinars

Design Workshops 28 Sep 2013
Autodesk Alias 2014: two new webinars

Car Design News in partnership with Autodesk has organized two webinars to showcase the new features and tools in Alias 2014 and cover Class-A surface modeling.


(Cover image credits: Autodesk / Institut Superior of Design (ISD) Valenciennes)

Autodesk Alias 2014 - Layered Diagnostic Shaders

The first webinar is titled “What is new in Autodesk Alias 2014” and was streamed on last 17 September 2013.

It is still available for viewing (requires free registration).

The second one is scheduled for Wednesday 16 October 2013 at 2PM UK / 9AM New York.

It is titled “Class A Surfacing: Accelerating Design Development” and will be presented by Simon Alford, Technical Manager for Majenta Solutions, who supports the company’s automotivecustomer-base including Jaguar Land Rover, Aston Martin, Bentley Motors, Lotus Cars and McLaren.

It is still possible to register here for attending the webinar live.

(Source: Car Design News)

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