Autodesk Celebrates 3December Around the World
November 28, 2010 1:20 pm
3D Artists Connect, Network and Celebrate Computer Graphics
SAN RAFAEL, Calif., Nov. 24, 2010 -- From Dec. 1 to 10, Autodesk, Inc., with support from HP and NVIDIA, will host 3December, the company's annual celebration of 3D computer graphics and the artists who create them. 3December will be celebrated virtually at the event website, as well as with live events and user group meetings to be held in cities around the world.
3December Live Events
Deus Ex: Human Revolution, image courtesy of Eidos Montreal
Autodesk is hosting similar live events in Japan on Nov. 27, and Dec. 7 and 8. For information about Autodesk User Groups holding 3December events around the world, visit area.autodesk.com/user_groups.
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