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Content posted in November 2012
LightWave 3D Creates a Virtual Set for TV, Movies
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11/27/2012  7 comments
Physical sets and models are a thing of the past for the television and film industries. LightWave 3D gives unprecedented options for new shows, like Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome.
Video: Autodesk Welcomes 123D Design to App Family
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11/26/2012  6 comments
Autodesk takes a design from concept to fabrication with the browser-based 123D Design.
Autodesk Enters the Gaming Industry
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11/15/2012  3 comments
Autodesk provides easy-to-use tools for every technical industry. Now, with its new version of Scaleform for mobile game developers, the gaming industry is in their sights.
Upverter Launches Cloud-Based CAD for Engineering Hardware Design
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11/13/2012  6 comments
Browser-based CAD software takes design from concept to PCB in one package. Upverter helps engineers create from anywhere at any time.
Teamcenter PLM Meets Up With the Cloud
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11/5/2012  3 comments
As part its "future-proof architecture" tenet, Siemens PLM Software is now offering a cloud-based delivery option for Teamcenter via three leading infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) providers.
NVIDIA Floats Workstations Graphics to the Cloud
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11/2/2012  7 comments
A new NVIDIA platform offers engineers and design professionals workstation-class graphics and compute horsepower from their device of choice, including popular mobile ones.




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