This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Aug 30, 2013A New Look At The High-Speed HyperloopAutodesk has created our own look at Elon Musk's idea to get from San Francisco to LA in thirty minutes.by AutodeskCommunity Brand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Autodesk decided to tackle the problem of how the tubes of the Hyperloop would be built Jordan Brandt, Technology Futurist at Autodesk has created a new concept proposal of how the Hyperloop would be manufactured. Our concept design would position the tubes in a vertical orientation Courtesy of WhiteClouds This would help reduce the number of pylons that would be needed, bringing down the cost of the project. Like a sewing machine on wheels, the tubes could be braided from high-strength materials This would create one continuous tube along the route. Such as the braiding shown in this animation View this video on YouTube Courtesy of WhiteClouds/Autodesk The "Figure 8" design is key to our concept The spanning capacity of the tubes will be dramatically improved Thanks to our “Figure 8” design, the Hyperloop will take up less space as it travels along Interstate 5 Courtesy of WhiteClouds This would help in the land acquisitions process in deciding what areas the Hyperloop would travel through. Courtesy of WhiteClouds Working with WhiteClouds, Autodesk was able to create detailed renderings in Autodesk Maya and Autodesk 3ds Max of our concept. Courtesy of WhiteClouds WhiteClouds is a 3D printing startup that will be combining editorial (how-to’s, tutorials, news, trends, etc.) with the building of 3D printed personalized objects. We were able to visualize the Hyperloop in 3D travelling through a stretch of California Justin Lokitz, Autodesk This particular visualization is a segment of the Hyperloop travelling through Bakersfield, California. View this video on YouTube Justin Lokitz, Autodesk Using InfraWorks 360 Pro Justin Lokitz of Autodesk visualized the Hyperloop tube spanning a stretch of California. In the same vein as Elon Musk, we welcome feedback and want to encourage the conversation around this innovative design being developed. Learn more about Autodesk.