San Francisco-based Autodesk Gallery reopens

Exhibit features ARVR apps, generative design projects, a multi-terrain vehicle

The newly reopenned San Francisco-based Autodesk Gallery exhibits highlight AR/VR apps for real-time CFD, generative design projects.

During the pandemic, the San Francisco-based Autodesk Gallery remained shuttered, but now that the cities are relaxing the pandemic rules, the Gallery is planning to reopen its doors for guided tours in the future. The exhibits highlight, among other things, Lightning Motorcycle's use of Autodesk Fusion 360's generative design to build a swing arm; NASA JPL's use of generative design to build an interplanetary lander; and Hyundai Motor Group's New Horizon Studio's use of Autodesk software to design a vehicle that can literally walk.

Watch editor Kenneth Wong's video report from his visit. 

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