Autodesk University

DAQRI Glasses Industrial

AR EVERYWHERE

DAQRI was at Autodesk University from November 14th-16th, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the world of AR, experience the industry-changing DAQRI Smart Glasses, and discover how AR can complement existing design visualization workflows.

Paul Chen, DAQRI's Director of Product Management, co-lead the "Visualization of Design Using Augmented Reality and Smart Wearable Devices" workshop with Autodesk's Cyrille Fauvel, a Forge API and web services evangelist. A number of skills were taught at this workshop, including how to view designs in-place on DAQRI smart devices, how to integrate data created in any application (Revit, Inventor, Fusion, etc.) into DAQRI devices using a visualization pipeline, how to optimize CAD model viewing on wearable devices, and more.

Review the workshop here.

We hope you were able to join us in discovering how thought leaders and innovators in the space are pushing the limits of design and success.

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Autodesk University

NOVEMBER 14TH-16TH
SANDS EXPO

DAQRI Smart Glasses™ and DAQRI Smart Helmet® were featured in the main exhibition area.

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OUR SPEAKERS

paul chen

PAUL CHEN

DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT MANAGEMENT

Talk: Professional Grade AR in Industry: Case Studies with DAQRI Partners

Watch the talk here.

Monday, Nov 13 at 3:45 PM - Lando 4203 - Level 4 (At AutodeskU's Forge DevCon)

Dr. Paul P. Chen is a Director of Product Management for DAQRI, managing the OS/developer tools/partner integrations team. Prior to joining DAQRI, Dr. Chen was Senior Director of Product Management and Manager, Technical Marketing for Wind River Systems, where for 13 years he managed various embedded, real-time, operating system platforms. Prior to Wind River, Dr. Chen performed product management for account management software-as-a-service (SAAS) at Kovair, and technical marketing and developer training at Geoworks, creators of a graphical, embedded operating system used in some of the first PDAs and smartphones. Dr. Chen holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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