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Research projects investigating the topic of '3D'.
 
3D Interacivity: Redefining Navigation in a virtual environment. --- Synopsis Mark Guglielmetti
email: dystoria@netspace.net.au
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keywords: 3D, virtual environments, navigation,

Facilitating social interaction and co-operation between worldwide multiple players in a networked computer game, by employing digital characters (avatars). --- Synopsis Jeong Kyu Kim
email: rkdmf@unitel.co.kr
www: ~s9713015
keywords: network environments, virtual environments, virtual character, 3D, human computer interface, interpersonal,

The perception of time within virtual environments --- Synopsis Hoa Luu
email:
www:
keywords: virtual environments, 3D, network environments, time, entertainment,

The application of animation principles existent in traditional character animation to 3D character animation. --- Synopsis Shaun Marksjo-Elstob
email: shaun@bluetongue.com.au
www:
keywords: animation, 3D, virtual character,

Evolutionary art: mutagenesis and animation of evolving organisms --- Synopsis John Mazzocchi
email: johnm@nautilus.com.au
www:
keywords: animation, 3D, generative art, new media art,

Combining Live-Action with Virtual Spaces in Digital Time-Based Media as an Extension of the Technique of Collage. --- Synopsis John Power
email: john.power@rmit.edu.au
www: ~7Ee07566/
keywords: new media art, 3D, video, montage,

'Nanoworld - the Frontier Within' - An exploration into Representations of Scale. --- Synopsis Stuart Ramsden
email: Stuart.Ramsden@anu.edu.au
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keywords: animation, new media art, 3D, generative art,

Making a Scene: An investigation of the Storytelling potential of 3D Modelling and Animation. --- Synopsis Gaye Swinn
email: swinn@netspace.net.au
www:
keywords: animation, virtual environments, 3D,

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