SIGGRAPH 96
Applications

Digital Architecture: From Digital Images to Virtual Walkthrough and Automated Model-Making

Advanced techniques for recording architectural information, planning alterations, and visualizing changes.

P. Boulanger
G. Godin
National Research Council of Canada
Visual Information Technology Laboratory, Building M-50
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R6 CANADA
+1.613.993.1426
+1.613.952.0215 fax
Boulanger@iit.nrc.ca

F. Pelletier
Digital Simulation Laboratory
Real Property Services
Public Works & Government Services of Canada
Sir Charles Tupper Building
Riverside Drive
Ottawa, Ontario CANADA
+1.819.775.7080
+1.819.775.7004 fax
pelletif@pwgsc.gc.ca


Simulation of Human Flow in Architectural Spaces with Particle Systems

Crowd simulation software that computes the movement of tens of thousands of individuals interacting in real time.

Eyal Cohen
Eric Bouvier
ArSciMed
207, rue de Bercy
75012 Paris, FRANCE
+33.1.44.68.87.87
+33.1.44.73.90.50 fax


Animation and Imaging for Litigation Support

The animation process used to produce animation and imaging for courtroom presentation, from the discovery phase, story boarding, and 3D model building, to applying textures and scripting.

Dennis M. Brewer
Expert Computer Graphics Inc.
P.O. Box 9064
Mandeville, Louisiana 70470 USA
+1.504.674.2612
104124.1265@compuserve.com

Charlton B. Ogden III
Monroe & Lemann, Law Offices
201 St. Charles Avenue, 33rd Floor
New Orleans, Louisiana 70170 USA
+1.504.544.7237


Creating an Interactive Catalog for an Art College

An interactive catalog of visual information that allows remote users to explore campus facilities from their homes and meet faculty, staff, and students.

Luke Wander
Steve Lavietes
Savannah College of Art & Design
201 West Charlton Street
Savannah, Georgia 31401 USA
+1.912.239.1436
luke@scad.edu


FreeWalk: Supporting Casual Meetings in a Network

A desktop meeting environment that supports informal communication generated by accidental encounters in a 3D virtual passageway.

Hideyuki Nakanishi
Chikara Yoshida
Toshikazu Nishimura
Toru Ishida
Department of Information Science
Kyoto University
Kyoto, 606-01, JAPAN
+81.75.753.4821
+81.75.753.4820 fax
ishida@kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp


The Remembering: An Interactive CDPlus Application

An enhanced music CD that combines high-resolution interactive 2D and 3D graphics to take the viewer back into the archetypal memories of childhood.

Jan Bozarth
Blue Arrow Words, Music & Images
14224 Hunters Pass
Austin, Texas 78734 USA
+1.512.266.7440
+1.512.266.7449 fax
jbozarth@bluearrow.com


Visualization of Earth and Space Science Data at JPL's Science Data Processing Section

An overview of systems currently used to process, manipulate, and display remotely sensed imagery acquired by earth observations and planetary exploration spacecraft.

William B. Green
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
California Institute of Technology
4800 Oak Grove Drive, Mailstop 168-527
Pasadena, California 91109 USA
+1.818.354.3031
Bill_Green@iplmail.jpl.nasa.gov


FlyThru The Boeing 777

An application developed to meet the need for greater analysis context has expanded to include a system for distributing CAD data and finding data of interest to groups of users.

Bob Abarbanel
William McNeely
Advanced Design Systems
Research & Technology, Boeing Information & Support Services
P.O. Box 3707, MS 7L-40
Seattle, Washington 98124 USA
+1.206.865.2734
+1.206.865.2965 fax
abar@boeing.com

Eric Brechner
Microsoft Corporation


Animations from NASA's Exploration of Outer Space: Use of Computer Graphics with Satellite Data

Various methods for displaying and animating remotely sensed data, putting the data into a context that is intuitive and useful to the viewer, and using computer graphics techniques to display data in a form that can convey more meaning, not only to the general public but also to the scientific community.

Jeff Hall
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
California Institute of Technology
4800 Oak Grove Drive MS 168-414
Pasadena, California 91109 USA
+1.818.354.4249
+1.818.393.6962 fax
Jeffrey.R.Hall@jpl.nasa.gov


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