Whether you attended the 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit and want to relive it in all its glory, or you couldn’t make it and want the inside scoop, here are some highlights from the media who reported on our favorite event of the year.
A group of 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit attendees gather together at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass. Photo by Jason Dixson Photography.
ARCHITECTURE PRESS HITS
World-Architects published a wonderful overview of the event itself, including recaps of the CEO and Design Keynotes, the training sessions, and customer appreciation party that was complete with a surprise fireworks show.
The surprise fireworks during the customer appreciation party. Photo by Jason Dixson Photography.
Additionally, AEC technology insights from the CEO keynote, including augmented reality (AR), machine learning, and smart cities, were detailed in an article published by Architosh.
For more AEC coverage of the CEO Keynote, Engineering.com published the article, “Vectorworks CEO Explores the Future of BIM.” Engineering.com’s coverage of the keynotes continued with the article, “All of the Architecture Explored with Antoine Predock,” where they recapped the presentation and interview with award-winning architect Antoine Predock and Paul Fehlau, executive senior associate at the office of Antoine Predock Architect.
Vectorworks CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar presenting during his keynote. Photo by Jason Dixson Photography.
ENTERTAINMENT PRESS HITS
The CEO Keynote also included several updates for the entertainment industry, like the General Device Type Format (GDTF) and My Virtual Rig (MVR), which were further expanded upon in an article by Live Design.
Live Design also published an interview with James Simpson, lighting visualizer for the Royal Opera House (ROH) in London where they have been creating lighting in Vectorworks and exporting to Vision for the past ten years.
LANDSCAPE PRESS HITS
Finally, Land8’s article truly encapsulated our event with the line, “At the Design Summit you can not only ‘let your geek flag fly,’ you can openly compare strategies on how to use Vectorworks Landmark for a competitive advantage in the marketplace, a valuable and somewhat rare professional opportunity.”
VR in action at the Vectorworks Design Summit. Photo by Jason Dixson Photography.
Now that you’ve enjoyed reading about the 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit, it’s time to:
Also keep an eye out in early spring, when the location of the 2019 Vectorworks Design Summit and a call for presenters will be announced.