[Geowanking] micro and 'internal' spatial modelling and 3D
jo at frot.org
Thu Oct 13 11:40:58 PDT 2005
If i were to model objects and events within a room with infinite
precision, how would i go about spatialising them?
This is partly a followup to Allan's comment about the need for finer
grained addressing schemes. Latitudes and Longitudes in some way seem
inappropriate for small and relative models that can be self-contained.
An internal grid system anchored to a point expressed in wgs84 at 0,0,0?
On this list anselm has talked of,
when we start to do rdf3d type things; transporting 3d models of buildings
or joint limits on a digital puppet or any of the kinds of future uses
we can imagine for RDF?
Does KML have 'true 3D' in it? does GML have a 3D capacity? I only see
hints that it might be made to. is X3D not really alive?
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