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This project is part of the U.S. Navy's Stem to Stern initiative designated: Physics 4 Fun. The program endeavored to teach young students in grade 4 basic fundamentals of physics. The Immersive 3D project was completed in a partnership with Adaptive Methods. Our program was named Tadpoles after the Navy's elite sky diving team - Leap Frogs. Students jumped wearing 3D glasses with input to our simulation using the Kinect full body motion tracking system.

These images were used in a proposal for the ‘Badges for Life Long Learning’ grant submission in collaboration with University of Baltimore. This Grant provided for a program created by HASTAC, Mozilla, and the MacArthur Foundation to create an award system that follows and recognizes achievements through a lifetime of learning. This system is the basis for the i3d Cyber School Award system.

This project is the result of a collaborative proposal with Adaptive Methods. The F-18 carrier landings are visualizations of live-sensor data. In-game physics, collision, animation, and particle systems are used to further convey information derived from the data. Based on the sensor data and the exact scale and detail of the 3D models, collision detection marks the exact time and location on the flight deck where the aircraft landing gear and tail-hook first occurred. The articulating parts of the model such as the shock tubes compress to match the exact orientation and impact of the aircraft landing.

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