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|Title: ||Advanced motion specification and stereoscopic visualization on a PC-based modeling environment|
|Authors: ||VAN REETH, Frank|
|Issue Date: ||1995|
|Citation: ||BREBBIA, C. A. & HERNANDEZ, S. (Ed.) Visualization and intelligent design in engineering and architecture II (VIDEA II), p. 43-57.|
|Abstract: ||Given the ever increasing processing power within today's personal computers, one can ascertain a still increasing tendency towards PC- based visualization systems for industrial and architectural design.
Along with this trend, a migration from static visualization towards animated visualization and simulation is also taking place, as well as a migration towards utilizing depth sight in the visualization process.
This paper describes some of the features we implemented for realizing sophisticated motion specificatioin and stereoscopic visuali- zation within MicroStation, a popular CAD modelling environment running on PC's and workstations.|
|Type: ||Book Section|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research publications|
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