April 5-8, 2004
Monterey, California, USA
Come to the Ninth Annual Web3D 2004 Symposium, and focus on every aspect of 3D technologies available today on the Internet
- What's industry segments are driving growth in Web Services?
- What are the languages and tools being used?
- What's the latest in human-computer interaction issues?
- What's the state of the art in mobile applications?The annual Web3D Symposium is the premiere event in the Web3D community, uniting researchers, developers, experimenters and content creators in a dynamic learning environment. Attendees share and explore methods of using, enhancing or creating new 3D web technology such as X3D, VRML, MPEG4, OpenHSF, and Java3D.
Doug Twilleager, Chief Architect of the Game Technologies Group at Sun Microsystems, Inc. In addition to this role, Twilleager is also responsible for managing the 3D software technology as well as the graphic and media strategies for the Advanced Development group. He was one of the key architects of the Java 3D technology and also worked on programmable shading and advanced rendering techniques in the Graphics Research group at Sun. During his 15 years at Sun, Twilleager has worked on many technologies including the X11 window system, XGL, and OpenGL.
CAPT Chris Gunderson USN, Commanding Officer of Fleet Numerical Meteorological & Oceanographic Center (FNMOC), the U.S. Navy's high-performance computing center in Monterey for atmosphere/ocean modeling, predictions and world-wide data collection. https://www.fnmoc.navy.milCovering such topics as:
- Use of Web Services to deliver meteorological products to fleet, partners
- Needs for 3D visualization today
- Demonstration of forthcoming at-sea sonar-visualization testing
Papers & Tutorials:
The full schedule of tutorials, workshops, panels is now online
Don Brutzman, Naval Postgraduate School, USA
Luca Chittaro, HCI Lab, University of Udine, Italy
Richard Puk, Intelligraphics Inc., USA