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This Week in Tech: CES 2018 Kicks Off in Las Vegas

Plus, realistic ambient sounds for Google Street View, Panasonic helps plan a connected facility for the U.S. Olympic Museum, and more design-tech news from this week. By ARCHITECT Staff The 51st annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicked off at the Las Vegas Convention Center...
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Tools for Embracing Virtual and Augmented Reality in 2018

Explore available applications and software to introduce into your workflow this year. By Blaine Brownell The typical technology predictions disseminated this time of year often suffer from at least one of two problems: they are too vague to be meaningful or they are too...
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Are We In A Renaissance Of Great Public Architecture?

This year’s AIA Honor Awards illustrate how sophisticated public works design has become. By aileen kwun The annual AIA Honor Awards–the highest honor bestowed by the American Institute of Architects to a completed built project–serve as a sort of industry-wide pulse check, and a...
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The 800-Pound Gorilla: Autodesk Sees a Digital Future for Architecture Firsthand

Billion-dollar software developer Autodesk is angling for an even bigger stake in the building industry with initiatives in automation, machine learning, and data management and exchange … all by watching design innovation in action. By Edward Keegan Autodesk is the A...
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