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The future of making things

The world is changing.
Are you ready?

Discover how a radical transformation in design-make-use is creating new opportunities.


5 Design and Technology Predictions for 2017

CTO Jeff Kowalski predicts human-machine partnerships will push creative boundaries.

Customer Stories

Velometro develops pedal-powered vehicle

Veemo, a car-like vehicle that you pedal like a bike, could transform city transport.

The Future of making things

Take a virtual tour of Autodesk Pier 9

We explore new ways of designing and making at our creative workshop in San Francisco.


Sketchbook Motion named iPad app of the year

Apple’s 2016 iPad App of the Year makes animation as easy and fluid as sketching.


High schoolers compete in Hyperloop challenge

Students design and build high-speed pod for SpaceX’s Hyperloop transportation service.


The future of Building Information Modeling

Autodesk chief software architect Jim Awe discusses the next generation of BIM tools.


Digitally preserving an ancient city

Drones and 3D scans digitally record historic sites in 3,000 year-old Volterra, Italy.


Autodesk honored for workplace equality

We’re proud to be recognized as a Best Place to Work for the LGBTQ community.