Research and Consulting Activities
CENSAM Cyberinfrastructure group (PI: Jud Harward, MIT CECI Associate Director) has developed a Cyberinfrastructure framework with three components: CENSAM data repository (CDR), CENSAM Cyberinfrastructure (CCI) and Provenance system. The CDR is used for archiving, managing, sharing and plotting individual projects sensor data. The CCI registers sensor data among heterogeneous projects domains and uses antologies to enable cross-domain searches. The Provenance system is a web-based process for tracking and managing geo-spatial analysis of sensor data.
Project homepage: http://www.censam.org
April 2008 - Present
This posting will be updated soon.
March 2007 - Present
Developing ‘X3D Earth’, that is the standards-based 3D visualization infrastructure for all manner of real-world objects and information constructs in a geospatial context (http://www.web3d.org/x3d-earth). Contributed to standardization activities of Web3D Consortium as a consortium member with prof. Don Brutzman who is a co-chair of the X3D Earth work group of the Web3D Consortium.
Developed a multi-resolution X3D geospatial component terrain tile set generator that is being used for the server-side code base of prototype X3D Earth globe implementation, the first X3D Earth web service, several X3D Earth globe implementation including terrain and bathymetry, and a geospatial content creation framework using X3D geospatial component.
Established collaborative research environment with NPS, Web3D Consortium and KAIST for X3D interoperability in various fields include CAD and 3D GIS.
"1280x720p HD video" of X3D Earth progress summary is available from YouTube.
X3D Earth video page
November 2003 - September 2005
January 2002 - September 2003
Developed 'Object VR Technology' sponsored by PartDB Co., Ltd.
Director of Virtual Reality Team at PartDB Co. Ltd's research laboratory. The object VR technology was used to build commercial website of manufacturing companies.
August 2000 - February 2003
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