Make interactive multimedia product presentations, product configurators, instructions and sales pitches directly in a browser , without programming! Have you always admired fancy interactive experiences on the web? WebGL today lets us do interactive , multimedia, 3D in browser but authoring exciting experiences requires programming and a lot of knowledge. Not any more! Using a smart node-based editor, Project Play, one of Autodesk's latest Technology Previews lets you create amazingly rich Web and VR experiences mixing different digital media – audio, video, 2d drawings, 3d models, connect to web api’s and more to create a new way to communicate, instruct and sell your designs! Together with Autodesk’s LMV, Project Play lays down the path to the future of product communication, instructions and brand/sales interactive experiences in browser. Join Nop, Michael and Tanja and get your mind be blown away
- Learn the possibilities of Project Play
- Learn from analyzing amazing examples of product configurators, sales pitches, instructions guides etc
- Learn the basics of this node based editor to create rich VR and web INTERACTIVE expereince
- learn how to present designs and products made with Fusion360, Maya, AutoCAD, Revit etc in browser
Product manager of Autodesk ReMake (formerly known as Memento), employee nr. 1 and one of the founders of the Consumer group and the 123D product line, previous product manager for Revit, 123D Make, 123D Design. Project lead and producer of the Smithsonian-Autodesk collaborative project www.3d.si.edu<br/><br/>Technology whispering:<br/><br/>FoST talk: http://tinyurl.com/q64pxsg<br/><br/>TEDx talk: http://tinyurl.com/kctwevw<br/><br/>Trained architect with 12 years of practice in Vienna and London. Perennially fascinated by how technology enables a more creative life, she decided to continue her career in the digital design world and has now been with Autodesk for 15 years.<br/><br/>A staunch believer that we are all born with a sense of creativity and the need to express it, she has been telling stories and leading product development teams that transform powerful algorithms into tools accessible by wide range of people.<br/><br/>Tanja has written books, studied 8 languages, and acted in theater and film.
Nop Jiarathanakul loves making things with 3D graphics. He graduated from University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in computer graphics, and spent the early years of his young career in games and animation studios like Electronic Arts, Inc., (EA Games) and DreamWorks. Nop came to Autodesk, Inc., for his passion in WebGL, a technology that enables him to combine both his love for the web and 3D, and bring the powers of desktop graphics to the web. He has been using WebGL since its early days in 2010, and has been keeping up with the community ever since. Nop is now working on the Web Viewer Team as a graphics engineer.
Software engineer at Autodesk. Originally from Boston, Michael has had experience in many domains of computer graphics. He worked on GPU drivers at AMD, animation and visual effects at Blue Sky Studios and Lucasfilm, and now a new WebGL platform at Autodesk. He is passionate about the intersection between art and science, and has a keen interest in emerging technologies such as virtual and augmented reality.<br/><br/>Michael is an advocate of open source software, environmentalism, and jazz music.<br/><br/>www.michaelstaub.com