If you just don’t have time to surf the latest on what’s new in Autodesk land, check out these highlites from the week so far:
Autodesk releases TinkerBox for iPad
TinkerBox is a fun, free-to-play physics puzzle game. While it is full of interesting science facts and teaches basic engineering concepts, TinkerBox is more than just educational!
Will it Break? Episode 1 from Rob Cohee on Autodesk Simulation
Here’s an excerpt from my Autodesk University MFG Keynote: “So before I end, I want to briefly talk about simulation and the tools that we are working on that are quite frankly amazing in their capabilities and the speed in which you can solve some of the most common engineering challenges. Now don’t confuse common with simple – common in that we all need to know – “Will it break?” “How does air move around my part”, “When will it fail?”, or “How light can I make this?””
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Carl Bass, CEO of Autodesk Interview from Develop3D
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At Autodesk University in December 2010 the DEVELOP3D team had a wide-ranging conversation with Autodesk’s president and CEO, Carl Bass. Tackling topics from design and the cloud to PLM and CAM we also learnt of his love for Sudoku and the great lengths he goes to, to make his PCs run silent
Inventor 2011 Bug – Rename Model Dimensions
Well, I thought this was newsworthy: I found an Inv2011 Bug! Renamed model dimension does not update when viewing dims as expressions. Stays as d0,d1,etc.
YouTube Video: Autodesk Inventor iLogic – Get Properties