Build your first Digital Twin at the upcoming Forge Hackathon

Other that my regular foolings-around with ancient tech, I feel like I’ve been neglecting this blog in recent weeks. That’s all about to change, though, as we enter the busy period leading up to Autodesk University 2021. For one I have some interesting learnings I thought I’d share from some of the foundational work I’ve been doing on Dasher’s codebase, but there are also some interesting updates for people performing analyses of 2D (and 3D!) spaces. Fun stuff!

Forge Hackathon at AU2021

First though, it’s worth reminding people of the Forge Hackathon that’s around the corner. It starts in just a couple of weeks, and it’s a great opportunity to learn Forge (or showcase what you can do with it, if you’re already a Forge expert) and have fun building something cool. My favourite prize category is clearly that of “most creative Digital Twin application”, where you can get bonus points for using the Data Visualization Extension (Project Hyperion, inspired heavily by Project Dasher). But…

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