3D Modelling Predictions for 2018
We have just made it to February, but at RenderNow like to think about the year ahead and the truth is that 2018 is just getting started. Developments big and small lie ahead in the worlds of architecture, building, design, manufacturing, and media. Let’s take a look at what experts see in the crystal ball for 2018 and beyond.
Intelligent use of artificial intelligence. FastCo surveys top technologists and designers about what’s in store for AI in 2018. Hint: it’s going to get more accessible. A nice shoutout to Autodesk’s generatively designed Elbo Chair to boot.
Changing your reality. VR headsets better watch out. These big thinkers at IDC say AR is about to take over in a big way. So gear up.
Moving to metal. Is 2018 the year that metal additive manufacturing will hit primetime? Engineering.com surveyed 3D printing experts to get answers, including our own Duann Scott (who says not quite yet).
Building differently. 3D printing of bridges and buildings? Large-scale additive is just one of the trends that experts see ahead for the construction industry in 2018.
Consumer trends. CES happened this week in Vegas. We like Dezeen’s design-centric take on everything from smart gadgets to smart cities.
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Original article by Autodesk – In The Fold – 2018