Autodesk launches Forge
Autodesk has been busy planning for a future in the cloud. Its new Forge platform introduced at Autodesk University in 2015 and officially launched on June 16 at San Francisco’s Ft. Mason is a major part of Autodesk’s plans.
Autodesk expands Boston operations
Opens downtown space and acquires Terrible Labs Autodesk maintains very nice headquarters in the New England corridor, in Waltham, Mass, ...
Autodesk acquires Lagoa for cloud visualization platform
For the second time Autodesk has turned to Brazilian Thiago Costa to jumpstart its visualization. Autodesk is acquiring Lagoa, maker ...
Lagoa working on cloud-based MCAD tool
Lagoa’s new modeler based on Siemens PLM Parasolid engine is being readied in Lagoa skunk works. By Kathleen Maher Lagoa, which ...
Lagoa is building their rendering business from the cloud down
The Montreal-based cloud rendering company has been making friends in varied places. There’s a fierce arms race going on in ...
Design for Manufacture Summit series returns March 20
A bit like Salon for industrial leaders, this year’s event will feature Jon Hirschtick from OnShape and Jeremy Luchini from ...
GrabCAD and SpaceClaim offer Lagoa cloud visualization
Users of both products can offer browser-based photorealistic 3D product views to their users. When cloud-based 3D product visualization ...
Autodesk Adds Lagoa Multiphysics to Softimage, Creation Suites
Initial video of Lagoa + Softimage simulation possibilities received more than 1 million hits in first week online. Autodesk has ...