Alyn P Rockwood, Age 723265 Foundry Pl #105, Boulder, CO 80301

Alyn Rockwood Phones & Addresses

3265 Foundry Pl #105, Boulder, CO 80301

16930 Cherry Crossing Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80921

924 Murray Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80915

Mesa, AZ

Niwot, CO

Longmont, CO

Highlands Ranch, CO

Castle Rock, CO

Moss Beach, CA

Centerville, UT

Coronado, AZ

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Vehicle Records

Alyn Rockwood

Address:
275 Spruce Ct, Boulder, CO 80302
VIN:
JHMGD38667S011580
Make:
HONDA
Model:
FIT
Year:
2007

Resumes

Resumes

Alyn Rockwood Photo 1

Cto At Freedesign

Position:
CTO at FreeDesign
Location:
Greater Denver Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
FreeDesign
CTO
Education:
University of Cambridge 1982 - 1986
Ph.D., Applied Math
Alyn Rockwood Photo 2

Dir. Internext Graphics Institute, Siggraph Asia Papers' Chair At Acm Siggraph

Position:
SIGGRAPH Asia Papers' Chair at ACM SIGGRAPH, Professor at KAUST, Assoc director/professor at KAUST, Professor and Assoc Dir GMSV at KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
Location:
Greater Denver Area
Industry:
Research
Work:
ACM SIGGRAPH - Hong Kong since May 2012
SIGGRAPH Asia Papers' Chair
KAUST since 2009
Professor
KAUST since 2009
Assoc director/professor
KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) since 2009
Professor and Assoc Dir GMSV
FreeDesign Inc - KAUST May 2009 - 2009
Professor, Applied Math and Computational Science
LiteViz 2008 - Aug 2009
CTO
SIGGRAPH 2006 - 2009
VP
FreeDesign 2006 - 2008
CTO
MERL 1999 - 2001
Visiting Scientist
ASU 1991 - 1998
Professor
Education:
University of Cambridge 1982 - 1987
PhD, Applied Math
Skills:
High Performance Computing, Python, Programming, Software Engineering, C++, Machine Learning, Differential Geometry, Geometric Design, Computational Geometry, Creative Writing, Painting
Interests:
math, geometric design, computer graphics, art, writing
Languages:
German

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Alyn Rockwood
Chief Executive Officer
Xscape 18375 Highland Est Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80908

Publications

Us Patents

Regularization Of Implicial Fields Representing Objects And Models

US Patent:
6828965, Dec 7, 2004
Filed:
May 22, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/862902
Inventors:
Alyn Rockwood - Colorado Springs CO
Assignee:
Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Inc. - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G06T 1700
US Classification:
345420
Abstract:
A method regularizes a distance field of a graphics model or object. The distance field includes variable scalar values and a set of fixed zero values. The zero values define a boundary or surface of the object. The distance field is evaluated by a cost function, optimized according predetermined parameters, to determine a cost of the distance field. The variable scalar values are then randomly perturbed while holding the zero values fixed. The evaluating, determining, perturbing steps are repeated until the cost is less than a predetermined threshold. The distance field can be in the form of a non-differentiable implicial field. A surface of the graphics model can be textured or stenciled by following streamlines along the gradients of the regularized distance field.

Geometric Design And Modeling System Using Control Geometry

US Patent:
7196702, Mar 27, 2007
Filed:
Jul 23, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/360029
Inventors:
John N. Lee - Longmont CO,
Alyn Rockwood - Colorado Springs CO,
Lance Hagen - Boulder CO,
Scott Hagen - Longmont CO,
Assignee:
FreeDesign, Inc. - Longmont CO
International Classification:
G06T 15/00
US Classification:
345419, 345420, 345964
Abstract:
A method and system for computer aided design (CAD) is disclosed for designing geometric objects. The present invention interpolates and/or blends between such geometric objects sufficiently fast so that real time deformation of such objects occurs while deformation data is being input. Thus, a user designing with the present invention obtains immediate feedback to input modifications without separately entering a command for performing such deformations. The present invention utilizes novel computational techniques for blending between geometric objects, wherein weighted sums of points on the geometric objects are used in deriving a new blended geometric object. The present invention is particularly useful for designing the shape of surfaces. Thus, the present invention is applicable to various design domains such as the design of, e. g. , bottles, vehicles, and watercraft.

Computational Geometry Using Control Geometry Having At Least Two Dimensions

US Patent:
7236167, Jun 26, 2007
Filed:
Oct 20, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/689693
Inventors:
John N. Lee - Berthoud CO,
Alyn Rockwood - Colorado Springs CO,
Lance Hagen - Boulder CO,
Scott Hagen - Longmont CO,
Assignee:
FreeDesign, Inc. - Longmont CO
International Classification:
G06T 15/00
US Classification:
345420
Abstract:
A method and system for computer aided design (CAD) is disclosed for designing geometric objects. The present invention interpolates and/or blends between such geometric objects sufficiently fast so that real time deformation of such objects occurs while deformation data is being input. Thus, a user designing with the present invention obtains immediate feedback to input modifications without separately entering a command for performing such deformations. The present invention utilizes novel computational techniques for blending between geometric objects, wherein weighted sums of points on the geometric objects are used in deriving a new blended geometric object. The present invention is particularly useful for designing the shape of surfaces. Thus, the present invention is applicable to various design domains such as the design of, e. g. , bottles, vehicles, and watercraft.

Computational Geometry Using Control Geometry Having At Least Two Dimensions

US Patent:
7417635, Aug 26, 2008
Filed:
Mar 1, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/681077
Inventors:
Alyn P. Rockwood - Niwot CO,
Lance Hagen - Boulder CO,
Scott A. Hagen - Longmont CO,
John N. Lee - Longmont CO,
Assignee:
FreeDesign, Inc. - Longmont CO
International Classification:
G06T 15/00
US Classification:
345419, 345420, 345441, 345442, 345586
Abstract:
A method and system for computer aided design (CAD) is disclosed for designing geometric objects. The present invention interpolates and/or blends between such geometric objects sufficiently fast so that real time deformation of such objects occurs while deformation data is being input. Thus, a user designing with the present invention obtains immediate feedback to input modifications without separately entering a command for performing such deformations. The present invention utilizes novel computational techniques for blending between geometric objects, wherein weighted sums of points on the geometric objects are used in deriving a new blended geometric object. The present invention is particularly useful for designing the shape of surfaces. Thus, the present invention is applicable to various design domains such as the design of, e. g. , bottles, vehicles, and watercraft.

Computational Geometry Using Control Geometry Having At Least Two Dimensions

US Patent:
7636091, Dec 22, 2009
Filed:
Apr 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/733122
Inventors:
Alyn P. Rockwood - Niwot CO,
Scott A. Hagen - Longmont CO,
Lance Hagen - Boulder CO,
John Lee - Longmont CO,
Assignee:
FreeDesign, Inc. - Longmont CO
International Classification:
G06T 17/00
US Classification:
345420, 345419, 345441, 345442, 715964
Abstract:
A method and system for computer aided design (CAD) is disclosed for designing geometric objects. The present invention interpolates and/or blends between such geometric objects sufficiently fast so that real time deformation of such objects occurs while deformation data is being input. Thus, a user designing with the present invention obtains immediate feedback to input modifications without separately entering a command for performing such deformations. The present invention utilizes novel computational techniques for blending between geometric objects, wherein weighted sums of points on the geometric objects are used in deriving a new blended geometric object. The present invention is particularly useful for designing the shape of surfaces. Thus, the present invention is applicable to various design domains such as the design of, e. g. , bottles, vehicles, and watercraft.

Computational Geometry Using Control Geometry Having At Least Two Dimensions

US Patent:
7755623, Jul 13, 2010
Filed:
Oct 16, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/253165
Inventors:
Alyn P. Rockwood - Longmont CO,
Scott A. Hagen - Longmont CO,
Lance Hagen - Boulder CO,
John Lee - Longmont CO,
Assignee:
FreeDesign, Inc. - Longmont CO
International Classification:
G06T 17/00
US Classification:
345420, 345419, 345441, 345442, 345473, 345474, 382131, 715964
Abstract:
A method and system for computer aided design (CAD) is disclosed for designing geometric objects. The present invention interpolates and/or blends between such geometric objects sufficiently fast so that real time deformation of such objects occurs while deformation data is being input. Thus, a user designing with the present invention obtains immediate feedback to input modifications without separately entering a command for performing such deformations. The present invention utilizes novel computational techniques for blending between geometric objects, wherein weighted sums of points on the geometric objects are used in deriving a new blended geometric object. The present invention is particularly useful for designing the shape of surfaces. Thus, the present invention is applicable to various design domains such as the design of, e. g. , bottles, vehicles, and watercraft.

Method And Apparatus Of Feature Frame Modeling For Representing Objects And Shapes

US Patent:
2008012, Jun 5, 2008
Filed:
Sep 14, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/939442
Inventors:
Alyn P. Rockwood - Colorado Springs CO,
International Classification:
G06T 17/20
US Classification:
345420
Abstract:
Graphical objects are designed, manipulated or deduced by interpolating points, curves, surfaces or hyper surfaces through any number of input features, which are independently given curves, surfaces or hyper surfaces with associated derivative information. The interpolation is based on a new method for parameterizing discrete least squares. Said features may be configured in a topological arrangement specified by the user. The method also provides for patching different graphical objects together along general boundaries.

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