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Interactive 3D scene modeling and visualization system

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2 Author(s)
Grebinnik, R. ; Infostroy Ltd., Kharkov, Ukraine ; Lipanov, A.

In this scientific report the visual system for 3D scene creation for the purpose of design and visualization of various objects' behavior scenarios on the stage, their interaction with each other and also with the participation of user is described. The following system can be used at the development of virtual simulator systems and at visual modeling of different situations to demonstrate the interaction of objects with each other on the stage. The system provides for the ability to interact with user during scene demonstration, and objects' behavior on stage is being managed according to the scenario, which is predesigned by user with the help of a simple script language. These system capabilities allow substantially reduce the time required for the development of some model of an interactive 3D scene; provide possibility for user to participate in actions on scene. The system can be used for training purposes, for analysis and demonstration of various situations, where processes visualization is necessary considering mathematical models and physical properties of objects. The system is developed using the up to date technologies .NET Framework 3.5 and XNA Game Studio 3.1.

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Software Engineering Conference (CEE-SECR), 2010 6th Central and Eastern European

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13-15 Oct. 2010