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Join Unity at Autodesk University Las Vegas 2019

, October 31, 2019

AEC

Are you one of the 10,000 people descending on Las Vegas from November 19-21 for Autodesk’s conference? Come check out our instructional demos, talks, panels, classroom sessions, and more.

Join us at AU Las Vegas 2019, the conference for those who design, make, and build the world around us, taking place at the Sands Convention Center from November 19-21. The event brings together over 10,000 professionals from the worlds of architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), manufacturing, and media creation. 

We’re excited to share how professionals across these industries are using Unity to solve challenges and extend the power of their design tools with real-time 3D experiences. If you’re interested in meeting with our experts on-site, get in touch with us below.

 

Meet us at AU Vegas

 

What’s next in our collaboration with Autodesk

Unity and Autodesk have a shared commitment to help our joint customers to create immersive, interactive experiences with Autodesk’s 3D tools and Unity’s real-time 3D platform. We’re working to bring full data interoperability between many Autodesk products and Unity, as evidenced by our new integration forged between Autodesk Revit and Unity Reflect.

Earlier this year, Andrew Anagnost, Autodesk President, and CEO noted that “Our collaboration with Unity is important because visualization has become a vital part of the design process, particularly in the AEC industry where time is money.” At AU, we’re excited to share what’s next in our ongoing collaboration.

Check out our demos across industries

Visit us at booth AE210 in the Architecture & Building Engineering Quad to test out our latest products and get insights from our on-site team of Unity experts.

Here’s a sampling of what we’ll be showing:

  • Unity Reflect – If you’re a designer with no Unity experience, we’ll show you how our new AEC product takes just one click to bring multiple BIM models with all their metadata to real-time 3D. And if you’re a developer, we’ll show how you can create your own real-time BIM applications and customize the user experience by building on top of Unity Reflect.
  • Reality vs. IllusionCheck out our high-fidelity graphics showcase of Unity’s real-time ray tracing.
  • Unity SimulationRecently announced at Unite Copenhagen in September, experience our new cloud-based simulation product for running multiple instances of a Unity project in parallel, at scale on Google Cloud. See how it can accelerate applications across industries like automotive and robotics. 
  • Bonfire – Take a ride on the latest interactive VR experience from the award-winning Baobab Studios featuring a robot sidekick voiced by comedian, actress, and writer Ali Wong.

Talks, panels and classroom sessions

Here are a few Unity-led sessions at AU Vegas – we’ll continue to add more sessions in the coming weeks:

Technology Trends: The Future of Work

Tuesday, November 19: 4:30–5:45 p.m. This executive panel is hosted by Autodesk SVP and CTO Scott Borduin and will feature leaders from Unity as well as ANSYS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, NVIDIA, and more. Sit in on a fascinating conversation on how the convergence of industries is impacting how we design and what we can make; and the ways in which new design technologies are enabling a future that is economically, socially, and environmentally better.

Your Future Workforce Is Changing: Learn How VR, AR, and XR Technologies Are Tools Not Toys

Tuesday, November 19: 4:30–5:30 p.m. This community meetup group is for all interested in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), and extended reality (XR) technology. Unity Technical Product Manager for AEC David Menard will present and demo Unity Reflect at the meetup.

Revit to Unity Reflect: Enable Real-Time 3D Experiences
Wednesday, November 20: 8–9 a.m. This classroom session is led by Unity’s Leo Nguyen, AEC solutions engineer, and Elizabeth Guzman, AEC field evangelist. During this session, learn how Unity Reflect can be used out of the box or extended with Unity Pro to make better design decisions.

Unity for Manufacturing: Bring Your Products to Life
Wednesday, November 20: 12–1 p.m. This community meetup is led by Unity’s senior product manager for automotive and manufacturing, Ed Martin. Learn how manufacturing companies are using Unity to extend their capabilities for product development, manufacturing, marketing, and service.

We hope to see you at AU Las Vegas! As a reminder, you can book a meeting with our experts here. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for live updates throughout the event. 

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  1. Meanwhile the whole industry get very suddenly enamoured with Blender (epic, nvidia, arm, ubisoft as biggest relevant one). Unity is so stealth about blender, but I guess Autodesk is actually paying so that’s a plus :D