From Inside a Shipping Container, Autodesk Gives Life to Robot Prototypes

From Inside a Shipping Container, Autodesk Gives Life to Robot Prototypes

The 5,000 sq ft robotics lab, designed by Lundberg Design, houses a mobile-controlled conference table that display pieces of code

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 july 2015

Autodesk, a world leader in 3D design software, has added a new robotics lab to its San Francisco workshop, featuring a conference room made from a used shipping container. Located on the waterfront on the south side of Pier 9, the workshop features a wood shop, metal shop and laboratory. It is used as a maker and R&D facility, and as a demonstration space. Both the workshop and the robotics lab were designed by Lundberg Design.

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