I posted about this a while ago but I don't think I had the right link...
Greg, over at Revit3D.com, is giving away a chance to win the Tools4Revit.com software and 3dconnexion Space Pilot Pro.
All you have to do is sign up for an Autodesk virtual event. Not only could you possibly win the prizes but the event itself looks worth it...Anyone can sign up for free (students included)
Registration link: www.revit3d.com/register
(*Hint* even if you cannot make the event, registering for it will still enroll you in a chance to win the free stuff).
See how the newest Autodesk releases can help you make short work of even the most challenging projects. Join Autodesk Technical Evangelist, Lynn Allen to explore the powerful new capabilities of AutoCAD® 2012 software. Lynn will demonstrate her favorite new tools in AutoCAD, including model documentation, reality capture and 3D conceptual design. And she’ll share an overview of AutoCAD® for Mac, the power of AutoCAD in a native Mac application.
At the Autodesk Virtual Event, you attend sessions right from your desktop. In addition to seeing what’s new in AutoCAD 2012, these presentations will help you:
Understand how the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping gives engineers and designers the ability to design, visualize, and simulate a complete product, helping manufacturers reduce reliance on physical prototypes and get more innovative products to market faster
Learn how Autodesk Design Suite 2012 can enable you to design more efficiently, innovate ahead of the competition, and accelerate your path to new business.
Enhance collaboration, coordination, and communication among team members to accelerate time to market
Improve sustainability and manage projects more efficiently
See how the new Autodesk Digital Entertainment Creation (DEC) solutions – including the comprehensive Entertainment Creation Suites – can help you create and deliver your most innovative work
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