or building with the interior area populated with primitives based on user input and displayed as an embedded X3D using the X3Dom library. The final X3D file generated is
properly named to be animated by any number of sensors less than n where n is the number of total sensors: n = x*y*z sensors. This process is fast enough and simple enough
that the technical background of the user making the conversion does not have to be taken into account.
The DXF Format is the standard exchange format used by engineers working with CAD drawings relating to the field of architectural design. Over 25% of all buildings,
including all buildings made after 1990 in the United States summarized in the form of DXF
The sensor data is stored in an array of bitmap files with indexed color to the range of colors representing temperature values. The scope of the array is equal to z in
the n=x*y*z formula, where each partition of the array is a different array of RGB values for x and y; the dimension of the bitmap is x,y and transparancy values are used
where there are no sensors.