3D Visualization

The planned project is to employ safe, noninvasive motion capture and 3D visualization tools to study canine puppy socialization behaviors in a newly developed portable motion capture unit. While individual interactions have been widely described in the veterinary literature, few recorded observations of group dynamics are available.

Dane Webster, associate professor in the School of Visual Arts and studio head for the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, is working with Rolf Mueller, associate professor in Mechanical Engineering and an affiliated faculty member with the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science, to find different ways to use visualization and rendering software to better understand biosonar in bats.

For Dane Webster, associate professor of animation and 3-D modeling and area coordinator of creative technologies in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies’ School of Visual Arts, one of the most important parts of his job is cultivating s

The planned project with these collaborators is to employ safe, noninvasive motion capture and 3D visualization tools to study canine puppy socialization behaviors in a newly developed portable motion capture unit.

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