Christophe Mouton

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Collaborative visualization is becoming more and more important, given the distributed and mobile nature of teams. Current visualization systems are often still monolithic and not flexible enough for todays users; they have not kept pace with improvements in other areas of information technology (mobile networking, compute-on-demand). With this in mind, we(More)
In scientific visualization data are becoming more and more complex and implies cooperative effort for their post-processing analysis as well as high performance processing resources. Moreover experts are frequently geographically distributed and existing post-processing tools do not provide high performance capability with collaborative features. To solve(More)
This paper presents a framework, integrated into the X3D file format, for the streaming of 3D content in the context of remote scientific visualization; a progressive mesh compression method is proposed that can handle 3D objects associated with attributes like colors, while producing high quality intermediate Levels Of Detail (LOD). Efficient adaptation(More)
This paper presents an innovative model-driven architecture enabling 3D web-based design processes in the field of large complex building (LBC) projects, such as power plant construction. This work was motivated by proposing new ways of achieving 3D CAD tasks not only for highly complex and temporary organization in the design stages but also for the whole(More)
This paper presents the webVis/instant3DHub platform, which combines a novel Web-Components based framework and a <i>Visual Computing as a Service</i> infrastructure to deliver an interactive 3D data visualisation solution. The system focuses on minimising resource consumption, while maximising the end-user experience. It utilises an adaptive and automated(More)
The engineering of the next generation of nuclear power plants requires to take into account the whole plant lifecycle: engineering, building, operating, maintaining and decommissioning. Satisfying stronger and stronger safety regulations requires the ability to trace any engineering information during the whole life of the nuclear power plant: one hundred(More)
X3D has been evolving for nearly 20 years (counting the VRML era). This long period, covering a wide range of uses (Computer-Aided Design, medical, Geographic Information System ...) has led to a lot of possibly inconsistent or even conflicting features. By reasoning on the X3D data model, it is possible to detect such issues, list them and propose(More)
Engineering design phases in AEC and process industry projects produce large amounts of virtual CAD data that have to be linked together, specifically in the case of nuclear power plants, before being realized in the implementation and construction phases. In this poster we propose our "Digital Rosetta Stone" web portal founded on two innovative pillars: a(More)
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