Autodesk releases automotive design showreel

Autodesk releases automotive design showreel

Autodesk has published a new Showreel dedicated to the automotive design industries, showing its range of products, from the well-established Alias to new solutions like Fusion 360.


The 3 minute promotional video shows Autodesk‘s current range of automotive software software solutions, which in addition to the Alias family of products, an industry standard for many years, also includes SketchBook Pro, the new Fusion 360, Project Falcon, with its wind tunnel simulation and the VRED 3D visualization software.

In particular, Fusion 360 offers a hybrid NURBS/polygonal modeling workflow that benefits from the technology acquired with T-Splines at the end of 2011, and which allows to seamlessly convert polygonal subdivision meshes into G2-continuous NURBS surfaces.

Autodesk SketchBook Pro Screenshot Autodesk Fusion 360 Screenshot CMW Concept 3D polygonal model

Above: SketchBook Pro (left) and the new Fusion 360 (right)

(Source: Autodesk, via cgrecord.net)

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