Throughout the last decade, Autodesk Research has been developing advanced techniques for data visualization in a 3D environment. One example of this is Dasher 360, a Forge-based application that can display in a 3D context sensor data captured by sensors in buildings (or on infrastructure such as bridges). In recent months, we’ve been working to publish the core components that display this rich 3D data, for instance, to spatially locate sensors in a 3D model and to map large amounts of IoT (Internet of Things) sensor data to the surface of 3D objects via animated heat maps. This session focuses on how Forge developers can integrate these components into their own applications, delivering first-class visualizations of their customers’ data.
- Discover the history of Autodesk's research into visualization of IoT data in 3D
- See how the Forge viewer supports advanced data visualization
- Learn about the open-source components published by Autodesk Research
- Learn how to integrate these components into your own Forge application