Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK), a leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software, announced at this year’s Innovation Africa conference recently held in Rwanda, that it will offer schools in every country in Africa free access to its professional 3D design software and creativity applications.
“Advances in accessible 3D design and fabrication technology are disrupting design, engineering and entertainment professions as we know them. The rise in mobile and cloud technology also means that it is possible to design anywhere, at any time. Nearly anyone with an idea can turn concepts into reality overnight, and we believe that today’s students will shape tomorrow’s industries,” said Lisa Taylor, Autodesk Education Africa.
By providing academic institutions free access to Autodesk software, we ensure that the progress that we have seen with technology in the commercial world is present in our classrooms so that we can equip and inspire the next generation of creative leaders on the African continent,” Lisa Taylor added.
Autodesk’s 3D design software, creativity applications, and learning resources are being used across the education continuum to advance learning […]