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Advanced 3D Techniques
8:30 - 10:15 am
Wednesday, 30 July
Room 16 A/B

Session Chair
Alan Norton
Colorado School of Mines

High-Level Procedural Shading VRML/X3D
Deployment of VRML/X3D worlds on the web has become mainstream. Yet they are still at the level of detail and image quality of most computer graphics applications. High-Level Procedural Shading VRML/X3D bridges that gap.

Goncalo Nuno Moutinho de Carvalho
Digital Design Studio, Glasgow School of Art
g.carvalho@gsa.ac.uk


Flux: Lightweight, Standards-Based Web Graphics in XML
The X3D specification defines the standard for XML-encoded web graphics. This presentation provides a detailed technical description of Media Machines' X3D engine Flux and the issues inherent in deploying X3D commercially.

Tony Parisi
Media Machines, Inc.
tparisi@mediamachines.com


Extensible Behavior Simulation With Motion Archive
A new framework that uses humanoid animations to assess working environments by supplying extendable simulation packages that can generate natural behaviors via data management of a motion archive.

Shigeru Kuriyama
Toyohashi University of Technology
kuriyama@ics.tut.ac.jp

Tomohiko Mukai
Yusuke Irino
Kazuyuki Anda
Toyohisa Kaneko
Toyohashi University of Technology




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