From its first introduction of AutoCAD software in 1982, to its now thriving marketplace of 3D programs and developments, Autodesk has become a well-known company around the world.
Autodesk is a large name in the movie, game, and visual effects industry. In almost anything you watch that is computer generated, an Autodesk software was used in its production. Major movie pictures, such as Iron Man, Avatar and Mad Max: Fury Road were produced with Autodesk software. The same thing can be said for widely known and played video games, including Assassin’s Creed, BEYOND: Two Souls, and Splinter Cell. They employed Autodesk tools and programs like Maya and 3DSMax, which are both used for animating characters and modeling the worlds you encounter in these games.
The reaches are endless with the many programs and products that Autodesk has to offer, to both professionals and aspiring students within various fields. Its ease of use makes it a suitable program for learning and discovering at home, while also maintaining a highly professional presence in large production companies throughout the world, including Disney, Pixar, Dreamworks and Sony.
With Autodesk being such a big company, it is no surprise that they will be attending the NAB Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center next week. The company will have a booth on the show floor, while hosting several sessions in which people can learn helpful skills. It will be a perfect time to delve into a world of imagination and creativity, while acquiring more knowledge and understanding of what this diverse company truly has to offer. They provide very convenient and cost efficient options with pay-as-you-go subscriptions, or free access for students with a separate license, as long as the software is being used for educational purposes only.
During the NAB Show, Autodesk will also be showcasing the newest versions of their software, Maya 2016 and 3DS Max2016. Maya features a whole new look and feel, allowing for a much easier workflow overall, while 3DSMax provides better collaboration and a more efficient workspace design. With such a large presence in so many different industries, Autodesk is an exhibit you won’t want to miss. Their booth on the show floor will be located in the Lower South Hall, booth number SL3316.
There are countless products and services that you can learn more about on their website at www.autodesk.com.