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Autodesk Design Visualisation meetings

30 May 2006

Autodesk Media & Entertainment division will be holding a series of user group meetings for 3ds Max, Maya, VIZ and Combustion users who create design visualisations. Guest speaker, Mike Owen from Burrows (, will give his insight on the use of Autodesk software to create award-winning digital media. Experts from Autodesk will share tips and tricks, and present workflow demos with other Autodesk products such as Architectural Desktop. Leeds – 2pm on Tuesday 27 June Venue: 42 The Calls, Leeds, LS2 7EW London – 2pm on Thursday 29 June Venue: Cumberland Hotel, London W1A 4RF The meetings will feature presentations on: Burrows Mike Owen will share his insight into how Burrows uses 3ds Max and Maya for automotive visualisation, presenting a case study on a recent project Workflow between Architectural Desktop and 3ds Max/VIZ Autodesk Application Specialist, Jamie Gwilliam will focus on importing data to create visualisations way beyond standard renderings and fly-bys Workflow between Combustion, Maya and 3ds Max Jamie will take the images from the previous demo to the next level by creating stunning effects in Combustion Maya for design visualisation Autodesk Application Specialist, Roland Reyer, will provide examples of using Maya for design visualisation Modelling large datasets Rob Jamieson from ATI will focus on the process of modelling large datasets and share tips on workstation set-up for graphics to achieve optimal software performance For more information and registration details, please visit: Leeds: London:

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