This is basically the same thing as my Form 1, which sells for around 3k (http://formlabs.com/products/form-1/). I'll be curious to see the build area on this because from the picture, the platform doesn't look all that big, though it's hard to tell size without a banana for scale. The huge resin tank is a nice feature at first glance to make sure you don't run out during a print, but keep in mind you want to be able to squeegee any misprints off the silicone at the bottom of the tank and use something like a comb to filter the occasional semi hardened globs from the liquid resin so having too much resin in there might result in a messier experience.
With a good support generating system it's basically plug and print. and the 25 micron resolution is more than enough for me to print high detail 3d sculpts with great results. It's safe to assume autodesk will at least match or do better on this.
Specifically, about materials, it's a lazer at (405nm is the number I remember) that solidifies the 0.25 micron layer between the build platform or the last layer printed, and the silicone at the bottom of the tank.
Theoretically, if you can put a liquid in the tank that reacts appropriately to the correct lightwave, you can throw it in there and print with it. The only parts at risk would be the resin tank which is a consumable, and the build platform, which is also easily replaceable but much less likely to be damaged. On the forums, different 3rd party resins have been tried with varying success. The b9's cherry red being one of the better ones. Fails have mostly resulted in damaging the silicone in the resin tank, which can also be removed and replaced.
I don't see any way this type of printer could possibly be limited to using proprietary resin. The Form 1 has exposure defaults for it's own resins and no way to add new ones so any third party resin maker would have conform to what's already there, but any similar printer that would allow you to vary exposure times based on resin suppliers specs should be abe to handle a wide variety of materials.