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Autodesk University 2018

FDC254393 - Robots, skeletons and streamlines: pushing the limits with the Forge viewer

Session Description

Through the development of Dasher 360, Autodesk Research has been pushing the limits of what’s possible in the Forge viewer. In this class we’ll take a look at the latest developments in this tool - which integrates historical sensor (or IoT) data into a 3D context - and see how they might be applied to other Forge viewer use-cases. The topics we'll cover in this session include: * Hosting both the Esri 3D viewer and the Forge viewer in the same site. * Displaying skeleton data created by OpenPose inside the Forge viewer. * Loading and animating rigged robot models via Collada. * Using the MeshLine library to display animated streamlines. Whether you're interested in the direction we're taking with Dasher 360 or curious about how to implement advanced visualization capabilities in your own Forge viewer app, this quick-fire look at our recent research will have something for everyone.

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Learn what's been happening with Dasher 360
Learn how to host both the Esri and Forge viewers in the same page
See how it's possible to animate skeletons capture from video data via Forge
Animate robots by loading rigged Collada files into the Forge viewer
Pre-conference Session
Data at the Center with Forge
Internet of Things (IoT) Software Development
BIM/VDC Manager Software Developer Technology Manager
Product Users
Software developers or managers interested in using Forge for advanced visualization
Thought leadership and innovation
Industry Innovations
Building Performance Analysis IOT Software Development Visualization
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