Guest speaker: Aram Azhari (takes place in the Visualization Studio)

Time: Wednesday 30 April 2014 at 13:00 - 15:00 2014-04-30T13:00:00 2014-04-30T15:00:00

Kungliga Tekniska högskolan
VT 2014 dgi14

Location: D2

Activity: Lecture

Student groups: CL_MADA_4, THCIM_HCIB_1, THCIM_HCIC_1, TMETM_METB_1, TMETM_METB_2, TSVDK_2

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Aram Azhari from the GAPS (Gaming and Participatory Simulation) labs, part of the Traffic and Logistics Division at KTH, will give a talk on their use of the Unity engine to develop a transportation model of Stockholm City.

Note that this seminar takes place in the Visualization Studio (not D2).

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TBAGuest speaker: Aram Azhari

Aram Azhari from the GAPS (Gaming and Participatory Simulation) labs, part of the Traffic and Logistics Division at KTH, will give a talk on their use of the Unity engine to develop a transportation model of Stockholm City.¶

Teacher Christopher Peters edited 30 April 2014

Guest speaker: Aram Azhari (takes place in the Visualization Studio)

Aram Azhari from the GAPS (Gaming and Participatory Simulation) labs, part of the Traffic and Logistics Division at KTH, will give a talk on their use of the Unity engine to develop a transportation model of Stockholm City.

Note that this seminar takes place in the Visualization Studio (not D2).¶

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