Join A360 Rendering at Autodesk University 2015

Autodesk University 2015 – our annual user conference in Las Vegas, is just 2 months away. Excitement is building! Every year, Autodesk University is full of advanced trainings on Autodesk products, updates about important industry trends, and networking opportunities with industry peers.

This year, Rendering in A360 will be back at AU and better than ever. We’ll be a part of the A360 booth (#1413) showing off new features, a special virtual reality demo, hands-on labs, spectacular renderings from our gallery, and much more!

If you love using Rendering in A360 and everything it allows you to do, then join the thousands of Autodesk customers and register for AU now!

Here’s why you should join in on the A360 Rendering fun at AU:

1. View Stunning 3D Panoramas through our Virtual Reality Panorama viewer

In the A360 booth, we’ll have a fun, hands-on virtual reality experience that lets you view and navigate through panorama renderings using our VR goggles. You’ll be able to view some examples that we have rendered to become immediately immersed in a virtual world. We will also show you how you can create your own Architectural panorama renders and view them through VR goggles.

2. Learn About new Cloud rendering features in Fusion 360

See how you can create renderings of your Fusion 360 designs on the Cloud. We will demo the Asset browser, new materials in Fusion like Solid Wood and many more exciting features.

3. Interactive Rendering Demo

We’ll be showing off our Interactive Rendering feature, a real-time photorealistic-rendering environment that makes creating beautiful images and turntable animations super-easy. We’ll have videos and hands-on demo stations available for users to try out and render something beautiful of their own!See you at AU in December 2015.

Join A360 Rendering Autodesk University 2015

Aradhana Vaidya

Aradhana is a Customer Success Engineer for Cloud Rendering at Autodesk

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