SAN RAFAEL, Calif --
What: The Autodesk Imagine Tour provides an opportunity for Autodesk
software users to learn how industry-specific software can
help architects, engineers and designers visualize and
simulate the real-world performance of their designs before
building anything. Autodesk design software experts will also
be on-site to answer questions and offer technical tips that
directly affect their business and projects.
When: Thursday, June 4, 2009
7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Where: San Jose Marriott
301 South Market Street
San Jose, California 95113
How: To reserve your seat for the upcoming Autodesk Imagine Tour in
San Jose, visit www.autodesk.com/imagine or call 800-234-0074.
If you had the tools to transform the world, would you? As a world leader in 2D and 3D design and engineering software, Autodesk helps you design, visualize, and simulate your ideas to the fullest extent--so the most ambitious "What If?" scenarios can become a reality. Whether you're a designer, architect, engineer or digital artist, Autodesk 2010 software helps you to create, document and communicate groundbreaking ideas before they're brought to life.
The Autodesk Imagine Event in San Jose will show how AutoCAD 2010 software helps designers tackle the most challenging design problems with ease. A variety of solutions will be showcased in action, including design and modeling solutions such as Autodesk Inventor software, Autodesk Revit software, AutoCAD Map 3D software and Autodesk 3ds Max software.
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