About Webel IT Australia

Webel - in operation in Australia since 2000 - is a Scientific IT Consultancy specialising in web application development, Content Management System (CMS) web sites, model-based software engineering and systems engineering using technologies such as:

Proprietor Dr Darren welcomes you to Webel IT Australia - the "Elements of the Web"

IT Training

Webel promotes graphical, model-based development and offers Advanced UML and SysML training seminars and workshops, and courses in model-based, UML-driven, Java software engineering and XML schema data engineering.

Dr Darren is recognised as a leader in graphical software and systems engineering technologies and worked as an expert consultant on MagicDraw UML and the MD SysML Plugin.

The Doctor is in the Webel IT Australia house and available for hire

Just phone +61 (2) 9386 0090 or email Webel consultant Dr Darren in Bondi, Sydney, Australia, to ask about Webel's services for UML™-driven graphical software engineering with Java™ and XML, expert domain and requirements modelling with UML™ Parsing Analysis, graphical systems engineering with SysML, and custom data analysis. Webel also offers PHP-driven Drupal™ Content Management System (CMS) web sites, as well as audio, video, and media services, and unique Pure Data real-time audio and video synthesis services. (That's Dr Darren left working from his Webel office day and night.)

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Video: 2 Drancel RGB acceleration synthesis atoms: Drancing colour=sound synthesis principle in 3D (with 3 VFOs driven by simulated sinusoidal signals)

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Demonstrates two hemispherical Drancel RGB accelerometer synthesis atoms, with orthogonal "light cones" (which can correspond to LEDs with reflectors). The sound here is synthesised from simulated sinusoidal accelerometer signals driving Variable Frequency Oscillators (VFOs) in Pure Data; the visuals are in GEM.

Java3D zone

Visual Toolkit (VTK )

I have used VTK for medical visualisation at Vislab, University of Sydney.

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