Between the Lines

Shaan Hurley's Autodesk blog

Hip Hop Architecture Video

Several Autodesk employees including myself participated in the 2018 Hip Hop Architecture Camp in Portland at Benson Polytechnic High School this past June. The Hip Hop Architecture Camp uses hip hop culture as a catalyst to introduce underrepresented youth to architecture, urban planning and design.

Generative Design Makes a Great Design Assistant

You can use Autodesk’s generative design technology in Fusion 360 today  to assist you in the design process. You will be assisted in finding design options beyond just shape and material optimization as you can consider strength, cost, and materials.

Project Impossible

Project Impossible

For those in the US that have access to a TV with the History Channel, there is a television series named Project Impossible that Autodesk helped sponsor showing our customers as well as some

Digitally Design the Physical World - XR for Architecture and Construction

AR in AEC Construction by AutodeskI will be presenting next month at the Design Reality meetup event in Portland on using VR/AR in AEC Construction.

Finally Sunny Without Smoke

The West coast of the United States has seen smoke filled skies for what feels like weeks now from massive forest fires up and down the coast. Today we have a beautiful sunny day here in sunny warm Portland today and enjoying lunch on our Autodesk office rooftop deck.

Sunny Portland

Bad Marketing

I would call this more a viral marketing, literally viral..  I personally seen this sticker at Portland’s Hawthorne Street Festival last weekend. We had a great time at the street festival with all the local artists and vendors but the stickers for the selfie contest were cringe worthy. If you are the marketing team for the portable restroom company Honey Bucket (ironic company name too), you should consider a second opinion on future ideas and concepts, or change professions. The idea people should be encouraged to take a selfie in a portable toilet is insane and poor judgment.

15 Years of Between the Lines Blog

15 years ago today I started this Between the Lines blog. I won’t be able to celebrate as epically as last years 14 year blog anniversary where there was a total solar eclipse, but this is a big one nonetheless.

15 Years of Between the Lines Blog

15 years ago today I started this Between the Lines blog. I won’t be able to celebrate as epically as last years 14 year blog anniversary where there was a total solar eclipse, but this is a big one nonetheless.

Moore or Less

I was thinking last night about how technology has changed over the years, and how Moore’s Law has apparently been broken as computer CPUs are not doubling computational power each 18 months. We have not seen the transistor density and computing power doubling for a couple years now.
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