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Vizard Virtual Reality Toolkits
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Vizard Virtual Reality Toolkits
 Vizard Features
 Avatars
• Built-in human avatars allow you to almost instantly insert
virtual humans into your simulations
 Stereoscopic displays
• Novice users can readily connect to a multitude of 3D
stereoscopic devices.
 CAVE, Powerwall, & projection systems
• Vizard provides sophisticated tools for configured and
rendering to single and multi-screen projection systems
 Integrated Editor & Inspector
 Python Scripting
• Python 2.7 is a remarkably powerful dynamic programming
language used in a wide variety of applications
 Shaders
• Vizard provides several built-in shader workflows and enables
advanced users to insert their own GLSL shader code directly
into the simulations to create unlimited visual effects
 Mobile device controls
• Control and interact with your real-time simulations with your
iOS or Android tablet or phone using Vizard's built-in web
server module.
 Physics
• The physics engine gives node objects the ability to collide with
other node objects and react to forces as if they were rigid
material bodies.
• Collision meshes, Forces, Joints, Motors
System Requirements
 System Requirements
 Hardware
Pentium 4 or greater
1 GB RAM minimum
500 MB free hard disk space
OpenGL GPU display adapter
 Operating System
• Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
 Supported VR Hardware
 Vizard supports nearly all standard virtual reality hardware
devices, including motion trackers, haptic interfaces, data
gloves, head-mounted displays, 3D projection systems,
CAVEs, clusters, and many other peripherals.
 Head & Hand motion trackers
• AR TRACKING: ARTrack1, DTrack
Vizard Tutorial
 Vizard Tutorial
 Introductions : Getting your feet wet
 Python programming tutorials
• Python Programming 101 , Python Programming 201
 3D models
• Hierarchical models and coordinate systems
• Text nodes, Creating 3D models on-the-fly
 Flow control
• Tutorial: Action objects , Tutorial: Tasks
 Avatars
• Tutorial: Animating bones, Attaching a new head
• Animating avatars
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 Appearance and texturing
• Applying Textures, Multi-texturing
• Environmental mapping, 360 panoramas
 Physics engine
• Physics, Tutorial: Forces & material properties
• Tutorial: Callbacks & complex shapes
 Proximity sensors
• Tutorial: Proximity Sensors
 Multimedia
• Multimedia , 3D Sound
 Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs)
• Graphical user interfaces (GUIs)
 Viewpoints & windows
• Tutorial: Windows & views , Tutorial: Viewpoint collision
• Tutorial: Viewpoint control
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 Picking objects off the screen
• Picking objects
 Networking
• Network communication
 Hardware
• Head tracking equipment
• 5DT data gloves
• Real-time tracking data
 Recording data files
• Creating data files
Vizard Tutorial Course
 Getting Your Feet Wet
 An overview of the basic steps necessary for building
interactive virtual worlds of your own.
 Creating a new Script
 Setting the Scene
 Moving the Viewpoint
 Manipulating 3D Models
 Animating 3D Models
 Timer Events
 Adding Avatars
 Inserting User Interaction
Vizard & Kinect
 Using the Microsoft Kinect with ICT’s FAAST and