The initiators of the 3DPIE were: Hasso-Plattner-Institut at the University of Potsdam (HPI); GIScience at the University of Heidelberg; Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research (IGD) The other OGC members that participated were: Bitmanagement Software GmbH; CACI; Institute for Geodesy and Geoinformation Science at Technical University Berlin (IGG); Institut Geographique National (IGN); Laboratoire des Sciences de l Information et des Systemes (LSIS); Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), representing Web3D Consortium Members as part of the joint partnership agreement between OGC and Web3D Consortium; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VT).
What does IGN stand for?
IGN stands for Institut Geographique National
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We have 32 other meanings of IGN in our Acronym Attic
- Insulin/Glucose-Mediated Vasodilation
- The International Guild of Masonic Webmasters
- I Got Nothing
- IBM Global Network
- Ignored (Status)
- Imagination Network (formerly The Sierra Network)
- Imagine Games Network
- In-Game Name (gaming)
- Insider Gaming News
- Instituto Geografico Nacional (Spain)
- International Gaming Network, Inc (website)
- International Gaming News (Ign.com)
- International Go Newsletter (gaming)
- International Great Northern Railroad Company
- Internationalen Gesellschaft für Nutztierhaltung (German: International Society of Livestock Husbandry)
- Internet Gaming Network
- Internet Gaming News
- Internet Group Names
- Internode Games Network (gaming community)
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Roberto's expanse of technological knowledge has also been demonstrated in his position as researcher at the Institut Geographique National in Paris, France, as well as in his involvement in the development of automatic geographic map reading systems.
In his first film, Europa 54[degrees]54'-25[degrees]19', 1997, Deimantas Narkevicius sets out for the center of Europe--which, after a reestimation of the borders of the continent by geographers at the Parisian Institut Geographique National in 1989, is located at a spot in a village called Purnuskes, north of Vilnius ("One Friday morning I got the urge to go and see the center of Europe").
Institut Geographique National, France IIT, Marlborough, Mass.