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This tool allows geology teachers to upload 3D models of rocks to their web site. Then, they can click on features of the rock and label them. When a student logs in, he can rotate the rock and view the information in the labels. As the student rotates the rock and views its different features, the application generates a heat map. The heat map indicates how much time the student spent looking at each feature. A new heat map is generated each time the student views a rock. Later, the teacher can review the heat map and determine if the student spent enough time viewing each feature of the rock.
Mike Brascome
Game Developer - Programmer
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Mike Brascome
5 months ago
Game Developer
The customer I built this for has his own 3d scanner. To be honest, I'm not sure what particular one he uses. He just sends me the models and I add them to the project.
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Kevin Connors
8 months ago
Pretty cool idea! What's the best way to get 3D models of rocks? I know photogrammetry is used for 3D models of landscapes, but I'm not sure if it's appropriate for rocks.
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