Dr. Nicholas Polys recently returned from the Federal In-service Training day where he showcased his work for AEC. The presentation took place in the Hirshhorn Auditorium and was focused on infrastructure based standards for X3D.
Please click here to view his presentation.
Researchers supported by the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology are developing an interactive 3-D environment that will bring together data from multiple research locations, including water quality data, to produce more comprehensive models and analytics for community ecosystem monitoring, targeting ongoing research activities at Stroubles Creek and the Catawba Sustainability Center.
Read more here.