Non-contact with surfaces - COVID19

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Non-contact with surfaces - COVID19

Design Challenge #003 - Pandemic


In this Design Challenge you are tasked with designing a project that could benefit humanity to overcome COVID-19.
Once you have thought out and designed your project create renders of multiple angles of you project and upload to the Autodesk Online Gallery, explaining any workflows, thoughts and inspiration.

Projects can take inspiration from public health and medicine all the way to Robotics and Automated tools to support social distancing.

Feel free to use any Autodesk product to create your 3D design and explain the workflow. (Fusion360 with or without Generative Design, Inventor, AutoCAD, Revit, Max, Maya,...)

MORE IN: https://autodeskadvocates.influitive.com/challenges


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exelent work, DO YOU HAVE COMPLET DESINE

about 1 month ago
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Muito Obrigado! Engº Ivo Nicoletti - Jonás Alberto Vidal Valdivia - Stephen Sadler

about 1 month ago
X120

Excelente trabalho, você parece sempre impecável no seu projeto.
saudações de Lima-Peru

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Voto garantido!!!!

about 1 month ago
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Great work as always Lucas. I always recommend your inspirational renders to my Design Engineering students

2 months ago
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Lucas Lira
São Paulo, Brazil
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