Bio

Tony Parisi is a virtual reality pioneer, serial entrepreneur and angel investor. Tony is the co-creator of 3D graphics standards, including VRML, X3D and glTF, the new file format standard for 3D web and mobile applications.Tony is also the author of O’Reilly Media’s books on Virtual Reality and WebGL: Learning Virtual Reality (2015), Programming 3D Applications in HTML5 and WebGL (2014), and WebGL Up and Running (2012).

Tony is currently Head of VR and AR at Unity Technologies, where he oversees the company’s strategy for virtual and augmented reality.

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  1. Hello Tony,

    I am requesting your support for an online educational tool (tutorial) I am working on through school which emphasizes the presentation of 3D ternary phase diagram data through a web interface.
    http://engineering.purduecal.edu/~ejohnsen/tutv20130825/

    At this point in time the tutorial only makes use of images. Ultimately we want to incorporate real 3d interactivity such as that made capable with WebGL and/or Stage3D.

    We already have the 3D data. The hurdle we currently face is getting that data onto the web and putting it behind a user-friendly interactive interface.

    I’m sure you are very busy but I thought it might be worth a try to attempt to directly reach out to you. Any help of any form would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you for your time in reading this message.

    http://engineering.purduecal.edu/~ejohnsen/tutv20130825/tut/tut_caofeosio2intro.html
    http://engineering.purduecal.edu/~ejohnsen/tutv20130825/tut/tut_ternaryperitecticisoplethalsections.html

    Erik Johnsen
    Mechanical Engineer
    Purdue Calumet

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