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Autodesk opens BUILD, a high-tech workshop for the construction industry

The future of construction is taking shape in the lab today. And they aren't just any old labs. Spanning tens of thousands of square feet and …

The Home of the Future Is in Los Angeles’ Arts District

The Home of the Future, a showplace for connected devices from the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, presents water- and power-saving innovations to …

Machine Learning in Design: The Evolution of AI

Autodesk CTO Jeff Kowalski explains how AI & machine learning rapidly transform design by accelerating the progress of robotics, generative design & …

From Printer to Plate: How Might 3D Food Printing Transform the Grocery Store?

By definition, innovation brings disruption. 3D food printing is converging with the demography and culture of convenience. From fast moving …

Comment on Generative Design Makes the Dream Stem V1 One of the World's Lightest Bike Stems by Josh Mings

That’s definitely a detail that seems to be left out! We’ll try to find out more.

3D printing is revolutionizing roadways as well as airplanes

Charles Harrington Contributor<p>Charles L. “Chuck” Harrington is chairman and CEO of Parsons, a Pasadena-based technology-driven engineering services firm with more than 70 years of experience in the engineering, construction, technical and professional services industries.<p>More posts by this …

WYSIWYG in Manufacturing: What You See (Will Soon Be) What You Get

While “what you see is what you get” is not quite there for injection molding, 3D printing, and composites, WYSIWYG in manufacturing is on its way.

The Kids Are Alright: Why Millenials Are the Generation of Innovation

I recently met an enterprising 16-year-old at a robotics tournament in Portland, Oregon. This kid had previously never seen a CNC machine, yet he and …

So. Algorithms Are Designing Chairs Now

The Elbo chair is unusual piece of furniture. Not for its looks—though the legs, back, and arms bear an uncanny resemblance to bones—but for how it …

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