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Autodesk LandXplorer:

Efficient visualization of large scale urban models

Date and time: Monday, September 13, 2010 from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Room: HIT H42

Instructor(s): Andreas Lippold and Bjørn Wittenberg
Contact email for registration and questions: Bjoern.Wittenberg@autodesk.com
Affiliation: Autodesk GmbH, Central Europe

Registration fee: free participation without conference registration.

Workshop on Autodesk® LandXplorer™ will be held on September 13, 2010, hosted by Andreas Lippold and Bjørn Wittenberg . The Autodesk® LandXplorer™ 3D city model software family can help you create, analyze, and visualize digital city models. The Autodesk LandXplorer software family allows stakeholders from the public, city government, construction, and business communities to work together and visualize infrastructure projects before they're built. Being able to experience the future of a city before it's real enables all involved to understand how policy and proposals can impact the urban environment.
Imagine being able to experience real-world city scenarios and share them with citizens and stakeholders before construction. Whether you need to create small- or large-scale models of city and infrastructure projects, the Autodesk LandXplorer software family can provide you with the realistic visualization tools you need to make informed design decisions throughout the urban design lifecycle.
The latest version of LandXplorer and other Autodesk solutions will be shown, as they contain many exciting new features.

Submission information:
Applications to the workshop are invited in the form of brief abstracts (approximately 150-300 words long) formatted according to the eCAADe2010 paper guidelines (http://www.ecaade2010.ethz.ch/Conference/Submission). Contributions may include examples of the digital design chain and express interests in using the software in a particular workflow. The submitted contributions will be assessed by the workshop committee, with the view of covering the breadth and depth of the suggested topics.
Please submit your abstracts by emailing the workshop chairs by the 30th of August 2010.

Technical requirements:
Participants are required to bring their own laptops. The software needs to be installed before the workshop starts. Autodesk Software can be downloaded from http://www.autodesk.com/edcommunity for “hands-on” lessons.

 

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