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This very evolved simulation example is a pinnacle within the first 12 years of my career. It is a highly elaborate culmination of data and expertise, given the fact it was essentially 10 years in the making.
From base datasets to first hand area familiarity I had prepared for over a decade to complete in short order an Urban Simulation environment for Frisco, Texas, featuring all the bells and whistles; GIS dataset implementation (obtained freely from the NCTCOG), traffic simulation scripts, high level of both texture and model realism, large area database management of 6" per pixel high-resolution color aerial and fully integrated 3D, 1' contoured topology both derived and constructed from the 3D, NCTCOG datasets.
You’ll notice almost no compromises within this exhibit despite the fact that once a decision was made in 2005 by the city to fund the completion of this model my present production team only required 3 months to have these comprehensive results rendered, composited and edited to a new narrative.I think we served the city well and their goals to show off these selected, now completed choice structures within thier city, via streaming web video were very satisfactorily met.
To view entire 11 minute Frisco Simulation exhibit published and hosted on Frisco's public Economic Development website between 2005 and the fall of 2007 (untill the link went dead,) click below.
Quite an effective progression from my original Frisco Urban Simulation models begun over 10 years ago in late 1997 and early '98.
**For more information as to the evolution, or beginnings of this Urban Simulation dataset and resulting progressions of productions visit the following MAKING OF FRISCO areas of my site.
Each video is exhibited strictly as an Addendum to my Professional Resume. It is intended as an educational reference, and is not to be considered or utilized for financial gain or competitive services where related to the types of product and services demonstrated within the exhibit. Each urban simulation demonstrated represents the efforts of many individuals; of which I was responsible for hiring, directing and managing. Each video production was produced under my direction and any and all contracts written pertaining to Copyrights, I personally authored and entered agreements respective to each individual clients needs. The technical techniques and workflows utilized to create and manage these rare productions were developed by me over the course of an exceptional 13 year career in 3D computer graphics, simulation and product design.