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David T Phones & Addresses

  • San Jose, CA
  • Patterson, CA

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David Nicholas T

License #:
008770
Category:
Public Accountant
Issued Date:
Jan 2, 1962
Type:
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY

David Ilana T

License #:
007892
Category:
Occupational Therapist
Issued Date:
May 1, 1997
Type:
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

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Www.geeks4U.net

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Position:
IT Computer at WWW.GEEKS4U.NET
Location:
Stockton, California
Industry:
Computer Hardware
Work:
WWW.GEEKS4U.NET - Stockton, California Area since Jan 2008
IT Computer
Education:
Chabot College
A.S., Architecture
San Jose State University
BSIT, IT & Management
San Jose State University
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Ichthysmarine At Ichthysmarine

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Position:
ichthysmarine at ichthysmarine
Location:
United States
Industry:
Renewables & Environment
Work:
ichthysmarine
ichthysmarine
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David T

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United States
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David T

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United States
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David T

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United States
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David T

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United States
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David T

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United States
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David T

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United States

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David T

About:
Born:

1955

Work:
Position:

Film Editor

Us Patents

System And Methods For Creating A Three-Dimensional View Of A Two-Dimensional Map

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US Patent:
8274506, Sep 25, 2012
Filed:
Apr 28, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/111031
Inventors:
David B T Rees - Palo Alto CA, US
Assignee:
Adobe Systems Incorporated - San Jose CA
International Classification:
G06T 15/00
G06F 3/00
US Classification:
345419, 715700
Abstract:
Systems, methods, and computer-readable storage media for generating 3D views of 2D images are disclosed. Image data representing a 2D map may be included in an input document in a portable document format, along with embedded geospatial information related to the map. A document-based 3D translator may extract image data and other information from the input document and may translate the image into a map projected on a 3D model of the Earth's surface, using embedded location and/or extent information. Additional information may be projected on the map image or displayed as a height, texture, or color, or as separate, anchored, or floating text. Image data representing the 3D view may be output to the same or a different document file. The methods may be implemented in a system comprising a CPU and/or a GPU, and/or as program instructions, stored on computer-readable media, executable by the CPU and/or GPU.
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