A gallery hidden away on the second floor of a software company may not sound that compelling. But when that company is Autodesk—a global leader in 3D design—the result is mind-boggling. The exhibits span architecture, engineering, transportation, entertainment, and new media, from an 8.5-foot dinosaur built from 62,500 Lego blocks (a combination of 3D modeling and its digital prototyping software) to an oxygen-generating Mercedes Benz concept car made from BioFibre, a lightweight material grown from seeds. High-tech works span the gamut from film to sports to industrial design. Check the online calendar for Autodesk’s bimonthly Design Nights, when you can peruse the gallery and enjoy food, booze, DJs, and interactive activities in the Design and Make Studio.