Last night was our fourth event hosted by Autodesk, but our first at their impressive new BUILD Space. We spent the night surrounded by work stations, robot arms and other shiny toys. The BUILD Space is Autodesk's newly opened Research and Development building. Located in Boston's Seaport District, this workshop is aimed at digital fabrication in the building industry. Autodesk is one of the coolest companies in Boston, building software for people across the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, media, and entertainment industries.
Despite some rainy weather, the innovation community still showed up in force to help Mass Innovation Nights launch some awesome new products at MIN80. Our 80th event saw us returning to Autodesk offices in Waltham, a beautiful space that really showcases the company's awesome abilities. If you made it to the event, we're sure you took a stroll through their museum-like lobby and took in all the impressive minature models, small-scale building replicas and displays. Autodesk was very generous to our guests - providing plenty of pizza, salad, and refreshments and access to their coffee bar.
Thanks to our friends at Autodesk for hosting our June event! What a terrific team and a fantastic location, conveniently located along 128/95. They also provided yummies to keep tummies from grumbling! Nicely done! Hope to see you all again real soon.
Our community had a great time checking out all the cool new products...and Autodesk's nifty lobby showcasing many of their products. I loved the airport design and the model city.
Our American Airlines Business Extra points winners were: