Blogs by Autodeskers
The Maya Learning Channel has some new tutorials on using Bifrost.
Here's a good looking beginner tutorial on UV Unwrapping in Maya 2015 using Autodesk Screencast
Do you live in or near Austin, Houston or New Orleans? Are you interested in seeing a live presentation of the latest and coolest AD technology. Then meet me and my cohort Gary Davis at one of the upcoming Imagine-Design-Create events!
This series of videos will be focused around Extension 1 for 3ds Max 2015. First, we will use the new OpenSubDiv modifier to easily and quickly create realistic models. Then, we'll take those models and bring them inside Maya 2015 and, with the Bifrost engine, create realistic fluid simulations. Those simulations will then be brought back inside 3ds Max 2015 via the new support for Alembic file format in Extension 1.
Autodesk Software is now free for schools Worldwide!
Could the Video Lens from Autodesk Research help you deal with mass amounts of video footage?
Watch a step by step workflow for populating a terrain with 1000s of trees. Learn how to apply both procedural and artistic controls, as well as how to convert the resulting XGen objects back into standard meshes and transforms for use in other applications as well as game engines.
The Autodesk Developer Network Exchange Apps team is running an online hackathon September 20 and 21 with training and prizes!
I change my monitor configuration a lot when working on my laptop - sometimes solo, sometimes one monitor, sometimes two. Sometimes the monitors are stacked vertically and other times aligned horizontally. This means I lose windows from time to time because they're expecting to appear on another screen. Here's a quick way to fix it.
NASA used Maya to recreate the famous 1968 Earthrise photo