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Autodesk University is over, and I'm fairly exhausted. If you'd attended, you would have seen 3ds Max used in many of the visualizations and the subject of some 30 classes for extended learning.
Well, if you had been at the opening session, you would have been amazed at the number of references to 3ds Max (of course, you'd also be laughing that everyone called it by a slightly different name). We kicked off with GMJ's London scene (13M polys/17K objects) running on 64b and then just about every other customer story talked about visualization in one form or another using 3ds Max. They even handed out 3D glasses for one demo of a walkthrough of a complex site. It's great to be responsible for a product that has such a broad reach and customers are really excited about what you can do with it.
First, my apologies for violating the first rule of blogging keeping it fresh. My only excuse is that the last few weeks have been very active with getting 3ds Max 9 out the door and planning for future releases of our products. Ive been fortunate to visit many customers in the last several weeks and have learned where they perceive their challenges and have discussed solutions to those problems. Ill share with the rest of you some of those issues in coming posts.