Learn More About the Exhibits at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco

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The Autodesk Gallery at One Market in San Francisco celebrates design — the process of taking a great idea and turning it into a reality. With about 60 different exhibits regularly on display that showcase the innovative work of Autodesk customers, the gallery illustrates the role technology plays in great design and engineering. I am one of about 80 Autodesk employees who volunteer as ambassadors for the gallery. Years ago, Gallery Curator, Jason Medal-Katz, chose the title ambassador instead of docent because the correct way to address an ambassador is "your excellency," yet this never happens. Ambassadors conduct gallery tours as a a sideline to their day jobs. The tours provide employees with opportunities to practice public speaking in front of small groups.

Exibits come and go in the gallery. This lets us showcase the latest in technology as well as keep it fresh for repeat visitors. I have blogged about exhibits over the years. I wondered "Of the existing gallery exhibits, how many have I blogged about already?" So I put together a list. You can use this list to read about exhibits that might interest you. For ones without blog articles, perhaps their titles alone will entice you to visit?

Exhibit Link to Blog Article[s]
  • Ferrari World Design Contest
  • Cathedral of Christ The Light
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  • Lightweight, High-Performance Airplane Engine
  • Brokk Builds Small to Demolish the Competition
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  • Where there's smoke..
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  • Paradise Bird Burlesque
  • Bruce Beasley 3D Printed Coriolis XX111 Sculpture
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  • LEED Platinum
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  • Design Quote on Wall
  • Shanghai Tower
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  • Artfully Done
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  • Art imitates life
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  • Getting physical
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  • Bruce Beasley GS022
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  • Cheek-to-Cheek Bench
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  • wall of patents
  • RKS Rocks Electric Guitar Design
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  • Infinite seats
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  • Darwin in the machine
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  • Irregular elegance
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  • Bio Computation and Next Generation Aerospace
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  • Breaking the mold
  • Autodesk in Film and Television
  • Virtual Cinematography
  • Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs
  • Lost and Found
  • A Building That Heals
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  • Embrace the Future
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  • 3D SOS
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  • Not your garden-variety garden tool
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  • Soccket: A Ball of Energy
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  • Bionic is beautiful
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  • Data driven
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  • Healthy Structures
  • Digital Tools in Life Sciences
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  • Self-motivated
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  • Window into the molecular world
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  • BIOME
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  • Vicious Cycle
  • Augmented reality sandbox
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  • Empowering rural communities
 
  • The future of product design
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  • LEGOLAND Mega Model
  • Hypergreen Tower
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  • Insecta Lamp
  • Bay Bridge Seismic Safety Project model
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  • Angling for a better view
  • Cooking Clean
  • Driving for realism
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  • Inside Explorer Table
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  • Autodesk Gallery Workshop
  • Delcam
  • 3D Printed Ceramics
  • Writing comes full circle
  • Making A Cardboard Head
  • 3D Mummy
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  • Custom sound
  • How you slice it
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  • Nature by numbers
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  • Shifting Gears
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  • California Academy of Sciences
  • Reality Check
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  • A dress to impress
  • Wall Partition
  • Beginning at the end
  • Pioneering technology meets ancient craft
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  • Fold and float
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  • Real-time 3D Capture and Analysis
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  • Botanical Blueprint
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  • Powers of Design
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As mentioned on Monday, the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco is open to the public on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. There is a guided tour on Wednesdays at 12:30 pm and a self-guided audio tour available anytime. Admission is free. Visit us.

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