Info at http://www.riacs.edu/seminars/current/wkshop_3D.html
With the decrease in cost of 3D hardware, and the simultaneous
impressive growth in capability, it becomes clear that 3D will be an
ubiquitous desktop technology. It makes sense to reexamine where it can
become a fundamental technology for IT and knowledge management.
This workshop will focus on the ramifications of having 3D as a basic
technology rather than an application technology. When 3D can be a
fundamental unit of information, how will it affect what can be done
with an intelligence center? How can it best enable visualization both
of the information and the information structures? How do we integrate
knowledge with associated geometric and visual representations? What
standards or protocols will aid development, use, and sharing?