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3D Tries – Mé Quesse Kèla MaDoudou DiDon ?

ButWatDoesSheFeel, MyDoudou, HeSaids ? (Old fun song to dance in French with rithmic syllabics looks like Creole Langage) Doudou is a woman with beautiful … shapes. I love 3D ! Reconstructive Scan Catherine sculpted a very nice doudou with wire mesh for the form, recovered with sticked papers and plaster … then sanded and painted, […]

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Survey 14 – Reconstruction de Scènes de Terrains 3D

A quoi sert une Recontruction 3D de Scènes de Terrains ? Mais ce n’est pas un terrain mais une façade ! Et alors ? Let’s Open your Mind(s), Engineers ! Le sujet est le suivant : Dans le contexte de la navigation : aller d’un point à un autre en traçant une trajectoire par rapport […]

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Survey 7-2 – 3D Cloud et Ortho-Photo

Comment reconstituer un plan de façade extrêmement complexe « photo » ou « ortho-Photo »  en 14 photos ? De telle sorte que nous puissions « coller » cette ortho-photo, aux cotes, sur un schéma d’architecte ? Le but de cette manipulation est de construire une ortho-photographie qui représente une projection perpendiculaire de façade telle que nous le ferions en tant […]

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Jean-Paul Cipria

. Who is Jean-Paul CIPRIA ? A Telecom Engineer ? A Sciences Professor ? A Surveyor ? SCIENCE INTEGRATION and TECHNOLOGY EVANGELIST cipria[ at ] My job is to integrate knowledges, understanding, methods in enterprise not essentially distributed to employees but dispatched to managers and directors. I use to say : « ENGINEERS ARE SOLVING PROBLEMS […]

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Formal Méthod – Complex Method to Manage … Complexity ?

The Formal Method claims to reduct systems logical errors number. But do we succeed to use, logically, the Formal Method ? It is a very smart paradox. Is’nt it ? We are sorry. Those following Annexes from PhD Thesis are in French language. Some denounced ideology and author irony are typicaly … local French. Let’s […]

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