Between the Lines

Shaan Hurley's Autodesk blog

2nd Annual 3D Web Fest on June 30

Mind blowing visual experience in San Francisco!


Technology in 2050

Technology in 2050 - Image by The EconomistAutodesk colleague Maurice Conti, Director of Strategic Innovation was featured on The Economist podcast Babbage: Megatech: Technology in 2050&nb

Happy Floppy Ear Friday

I'm in the middle of moving across town and thought I would share video of my new neighbor that has already adopted me. Oakley is a 6 month old Golden Retriever that immediately bonded with me. Yesterday he ran intro my house carrying a stick to play fetch.

Here is Oakley and me playing last evening.

Happy Floppy Ear Friday

I'm in the middle of moving across town and thought I would share video of my new neighbor that has already adopted me. Oakley is a 6 month old Golden Retriever that immediately bonded with me. Yesterday he ran intro my house carrying a stick to play fetch.

Here is Oakley and me playing last evening.

Throwback Thursday – Autodesk Mugs

Back in the day Autodesk used to be fond of giving coffee mugs to people. I will never remember my first coffee mug as an Autodesk customer and beta tester in 1995. It was a black shiny mug with the Autodesk calipers logo and text in gold flake. A couple years back a fellow Autodesker gave me a much older Autodesk coffee mug for the collection. You can see the mug in the second photo sitting on an unopened early 90’s era AutoCAD Simulator product.

Nested Dielectrics - I Will Drink to That Fusion 360 Update!

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Nested Dielectrics are literally a beautiful thing!

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Project Impossible

Project Impossible
Project Impossible aired a sneak peek last evening on History Channel. The series will show amazing projects and Autodesk customers. The ten part series will begin airing in late summer/early fall. I had the pleasure of working on one of the projects to be featured this Fall, and was there during the filming.

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