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Autodesk Gallery

Current exhibits

Photograph by David Wakely

Architecture, Engineering & Construction

  • Bay Bridge eastern span

    Bay Bridge eastern span

    The largest engineering project in California history would not have been possible without photorealistic, contextual 3D visualizations to prove its viability.

  • SOM


    Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) designed its cathedral entirely in 3D before creating laser-cut models to simulate and explore the effect of natural light on the interior. The results are truly inspiring.

  • Gage/Clemenceau Architects

    Gage/Clemenceau Architects

    Inspired by automotive design techniques, Gage/Clemenceau Architects used 3D modeling tools to design its entry for the Estonian Academy of the Arts Competition.


  • Bruce Beasly

    Bruce Beasley

    Beasley uses a 3D printer and Autodesk software to create the next revolution in fine art sculptural media.

  • Jason Salavon

    Jason Salavon

    Salavon explored the movement of populations with C++, Maya Embedded Language (MEL), and Maya software to create abstract compositions.

  • Cheek-to-Cheek Bench

    Cheek-to-Cheek Bench

    Former Autodesk CEO Carl Bass used Autodesk software to design his first piece of stone furniture, inspired by an African headrest and fashioned from a single piece of granite.

Automotive & Transportation

  • Mercedes-Benz Biome car

    Mercedes-Benz Biome car

    A concept car like no other, the Biome is made from an ultra-lightweight biological material that is grown from a seed.

  • Ferrari of the future

    Ferrari of the future

    Ferrari challenged students from the world’s most prestigious automotive design schools to design the supercar of the future.

  • Bio computation and next-generation aerospace

    Bio computation and next-generation aerospace

    The Airbus concept plane uses synthetic biology, embodying what air transport could look like in 2050.


  • Adept Airmotive

    Adept Airmotive

    South Africa’s ADEPT Airmotive built an airplane engine that weighed 60 kg (132 pounds) less than traditional engines with no loss of power.

  • Brokk remote demolition machine

    Brokk remote demolition machine

    Brokk builds remote-controlled demolition robots for the building, process, and nuclear industries.

  • LEGO


    An 8.5-foot, 62,500 LEGO piece dinosaur doesn't not just happen. Digital prototyping software helps builders assess feasibility. Then, construction begins, piece by piece.

Media & Entertainment

  • Sony Pictures Animation

    Sony Pictures Animation

    Sony Pictures Animation used digital animation technology to create Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, an imaginative 3D comedy based on a popular 1978 children’s book.

  • Virtual cinematography

    Virtual cinematography

    The world of cinema is constantly making new technological breakthroughs. None has been more dramatic than the introduction of 3D environments.

  • 3D sculpting challenge

    3D sculpting challenge

    Using Mudbox 3D digital sculpting and texture painting software, Jesse Sandifer created his vision of the ultimate warrior character.