Web3D city modeling competition
A competition for the best browser-based 3D rendering of a citySubmission Deadline April 15, 2015
PRIZE: The winner will receive financial support (500$) and free registration to attend the 20th International Web3D 2015 Conference on Web3D Technology
in Heraklion, Crete Greece 18-21 June 2015.
- Open Software solution to stream a large 3D city model including textured buildings, terrain, sensor, and model data.
- The Solution should be a browser based Web Service.
- The client side should be able to select individual features (a building) and display further information about the selected feature.
- The Web Service and the streaming protocol have to be documented and open.
- For the streaming, an existing data format such as X3DOM, XML3D, and KML can be used; other open solutions will also be accepted.
- Streaming should not be a “black box” and should enable interoperability.
- All Competitors must use the same source data of Rotterdam City
- CityGML data files for Rotterdam
- Terrain data from ETOPO or local terrain model
- Any freely accessible data (water level, weather forecast, or other sensor/model data)
- Maps and other features can be added on top of the terrain. These can be integrated as OGC Services.
Criteria for judging will be based on:
- Creativity in addressing a use case,
- Loading performance,
- Interactive performance,
- Diversity of data rendered,
- Interoperability and openness of the solution
How to submit your work to the Web3D City Modelling Competition
Please include a short description and the following with your submission:
Submitting Authors / Developers
Name, email, affiliation
Student (PhD, Master/Bachelor) at German University (yes/no)
Young German Startup Company (yes/no) *
Please highlight the following (max. 500 words)
How did you implement the client?
- XML3D.js, three.js, etc.,
- just images due to server side rendering
Do you support a tiling scheme?
- What is the size of the tiles?
- Do you support a hierarchical tiling?
How do you transfer the data from the server to the client?
Please give a short description of the streaming protocol (if applicable)
Which browser (version) did you use to test the application?
Did you include some special data sources / special features you would like to highlight?
Link to the website of your contribution
- We will promote the winning entry on the Web3D.org website with a link to your project.
- Please submit the link to your project.
- You may also submit a short video.
Deadline: April 15, 2015
Submit document to: email@example.com
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For more information visit: http://www.web3d.org/competition/city-modeling-2015
See you in Crete!