At Autodesk, we believe in developing the best solutions for our customers. Part of that process involves an understanding of customer challenges and supporting them through overcoming these challenges.
With that in mind, we worked with our partner, Genesis Design, to create a next-generation mobility concept vehicle, leveraging the full breadth of our solutions, workflows, and tools.
Over the course of the next few months, we will be sharing several blog posts and images detailing the project, and the process behind completing the final design.
We will be showing how we used Create VR to explore shapes and forms at the early stages. We then moved into subdivisional modeling in Alias, and further to concept modeling in NURBS, leading into detailing and surface refinement in the end.
We also used Dynamo for developing sophisticated patterns in the vehicle design. Leveraging Alias for the end-to-end design process.
Throughout the process was VRED, as the decision-making tool at several stages, especially for evaluation of the interior experience.
In our next post, we will dive in and show how we leveraged ShotGrid to set up the project with the multiple stakeholders involved, to aid in planning and collaborating anytime, anywhere.
We look forward to sharing this journey with you as we dig into the behind-the-scenes of the Aviera GD Project.