Purdue University Professor Releases 3D Visualization Formats Survey

28 Oct, 2008

Participants in the design and manufacturing industry needed.

Nathan Hartman, associate professor of computer graphics at Purdue University, is conducting a survey on the use of lightweight 3D visualization formats.

Hartman is interested in hearing from people who are part of a design or manufacturing company, specifically design engineers, manufacturing engineers, project managers, engineering managers, and IT support staff.

The study, "Examining Neutral Formats for Visualization and Data Exchange," will examine the functionality of several lightweight file formats to provide a basis for determining how to use them effectively in various business scenarios.

Research participants will be asked to answer a 24-question, online, anonymous survey to be completed no later than December 1, 2008.

The lightweight 3D visualization formats survey is available now.