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Alex Oliver

Alex Oliver
CEO, Igloo Studios

Website | @go2school

Alex Oliver is the CEO of Igloo Studios, an immersive media company concentrating on 3D, Geo and Video media for the AEC Industry (Architecture, Engineering and Construction). Igloo Studios is the team that is responsible for creating interactive 3D models for Google Earth and the Google 3D Warehouse, as well as media and technical analysis solutions to help companies design, build and communicate more efficiently.

Sessions

Location: Regency Ballroom #1
Alex Oliver (Igloo Studios)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
Sketchup, Google's free tool, has been used to render millions of buildings. However it can be much more powerful when you add in location data. This course explores leveraging that data in design using Google Earth, Google SketchUp and the Google 3D Warehouse. Read more.
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Location: Regency Ballroom
Alex Oliver (Igloo Studios)
Average rating: ***..
(3.12, 8 ratings)
The AEC industry suffers from a relative lack of location-based technology development that is accessible to the everyday builder or architect. We all know it is commonplace in the Tech industry to have consumer focused websites displaying geo-tagged photos, location-based tweets, and GPS enabled map-mashups, all that make life easier, more efficient, or just plain fun Read more.