A computer graphics expert gives insights and introduction to what 3D could mean for your own web projects.
– What is the technology behind, why did companies like Facebook and Google start their own first projects now?
– How did it all start?
– How does it change the way a web interface can look like?
– What do you need to be able to show a 3d webpage?
Real examples show some first steps into the web of the future and explain why only text and pictures alone can not achieve the same effect.
About the speaker:
Peter Klose is looking back to a trackrecord of more than 25 years with numerous projects in the fields of CAD and architecture, 3D games and virtual reality. He got cought by the 3D virus and started his own first startup back in 1993 with the development of a 3D freeform modelling tool called NöRBS when the word startup itself not even existed. Since the opening of the Görlitzer Park campus he is a Factory member and is pleased to be able to give some of his expertise back to the community.
If you are interested in 3D, be it UI/UX, presentation or software development, please do not hesitate and join the session.