Sergiy Byelozyorov

Computer Graphics Chair (CGUdS)
Saarland University

Email: byelozyorov@cs.uni-saarland.de
Tel: +49 681 302 3837

Campus E1.1, Zi. E11
66123 Saarbrücken



Zinnikus, Ingo, Byelozyorov, Sergiy, Cao, Xiaoqi, Klusch, Matthias, Krauss, Christopher, Nonnengart, Andreas, Spieldenner, Torsten, Warwas, Stefan and Slusallek, Philipp
A Collaborative Virtual Workspace for Factory Configuration and Evaluation
Collaborative Computing,
March 2014
Byelozyorov, Sergiy, Rubinstein, Dmitri, Pegoraro, Vincent and Slusallek, Philipp
An Open Modular Middleware for Interoperable Virtual Environments
Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Cyberworlds,
October 2013
Klein, Felix, Sons, Kristian, Rubinstein, Dmitri, Byelozyorov, Sergiy, John, Stefan and Slusallek, Philipp
Xflow - Declarative Data Processing for the Web
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Web 3D Technology , page 37-45.
Publisher: ACM, New York, NY, USA
August 2012
ISBN: 978-1-4503-1432-9
Byelozyorov, Sergiy, Jochem, Rainer, Pegoraro, Vincent and Slusallek, Philipp
From real cities to virtual worlds using an open modular architecture
The Visual Computer,
May 2012
Byelozyorov, Sergiy, Pegoraro, Vincent and Slusallek, Philipp
An Open Modular Architecture for Effective Integration of Virtual Worlds in the Web
Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Cyberworlds , page 46-53.
October 2011
Sons, Kristian, Klein, Felix, Rubinstein, Dmitri, Byelozyorov, Sergiy and Slusallek, Philipp
XML3D – Interactive 3D Graphics for the Web
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on 3D Web Technology , page 175-184.
Publisher: ACM, Los Angeles, California
July 2010
ISBN: 978-1-4503-0209-8
Byelozyorov, Sergiy
Construction of Virtual Worlds with Web 2.0 Technology
Saarland University,
March 2010

Abstract: Current Web technologies allow developers to create rich Web-applications. Unlike desktop applications Web 2.0 programs are cre- ated by easily linking several existing components. This approach, also known as mashup, allows to use JavaScript to connect web-services and browser components together. I have extended this development method by bringing 3D and virtual world networking components into the browser. This allowed me to create Virtual Worlds Web-application similar to Second Life. I have wrapped the open-source Sirikata platform for virtual worlds into a Web-service com- ponent, created XML3D rendering component, combined them with other browser services and thus created a fully-featured 3D world application right inside of the browser.

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