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Abstract: We are introducing a new Qt module to draw 3D graphs. It is a new generation of an existing module called Qt DataVisualization. In this talk, I would like to share why Qt provides a new 3D graph module, what makes it different from the old one, and the new module's goals.
About the Speaker: Kwanghyo Park has 10 years of experience in Software engineering with various development backgrounds. Currently mainly focusing on Qt 3D graphics development.