We’re very happy to welcome Tim Moore to the Cesium team. As a 3D software developer working on native runtimes, Tim will be making improvements to Cesium for Omniverse and Cesium Native.
Tim knows Cesium Native well. Last year, he became a Cesium Certified Developer and was the first person outside our team to publish an integration using Cesium Native: vsgCs, which streams 3D Tiles in a Vulkan Scene Graph application. He’s worked as a consultant for many years with an expertise in scene graphs, both Open Scene Graph (OSG) and Vulkan Scene Graph (VSG).
Tim has extensive experience in real-time simulation and visualization. After early projects for the Army Research Laboratory in VR and dynamic terrain modification and a contribution to Disney’s Cyberspace Mountain attraction, he was a major contributor to the open-source flight simulator FlightGear. In a previous life Tim was a compiler engineer, working on and porting the gcc compiler and Common Lisp implementations.
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