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RootsTech 2016

IS2574 - A SAAS architecture for 3D genealogy trees

Session Description

A new method for storing, viewing in 3D and securing genealogical information. It assesses the different characteristics of this approach, including user interactions as well as its compatibility with common Internet access devices. First, we will focus on the proposed genealogy data representation in itself and the available techniques to store and share it in a secure way. A specific, Cloud oriented SAAS architecture able to support 3D genealogy features and offer them to the large public will then be studied, in order to illustrate the general approach. Then we will see how such information can be visualized and interacted with, in 3D, making use of Internet connected devices such as desktop. laptops, but also mobile devices (Tablets, smartphones), using standard tools such as WebGL and Javascript. Finally, we will review other possibilities for visualizing and interacting with such 3D genealogy representations, such as generating physical models through 3D printing.


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30 minutes