"Clean Air Rocks" Video Takes Virtual Tour Through a Dust Collector

Camfil Farr APC Partners with ASU Center for Digital Initiatives on 3D Animated Video

Sep 06, 2012, 10:40 ET from Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control

JONESBORO, Ark., Sept. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control (APC) has partnered with Arkansas State University's Center for Digital Initiatives (CDI) to create a 3D animated video titled "Clean Air Rocks" (http://www.camfilfarrapc.com/videos/77).  For anyone who has wondered how an industrial dust collector really works, the 3-1/2 minute video answers this question by taking viewers on a virtual tour through the inside of a Camfil Farr APC Gold Series® dust collector.

According to Dr. Alyson Gill, director of the CDI at ASU, "This is the first time we have partnered with local industry on a sponsored project, and it was a great collaboration. We worked hand-in-hand with Camfil Farr APC's in-house production team to develop 3D modeling and animation to help realize their creative vision." The CDI, whose mission is to promote ASU's position as a leader in the creation of virtual interactive environments, has done numerous projects for the University as well as for state agencies and other government entities.  

Entertaining and informative, the animated video takes viewers on a 3D tour alongside dust particles as they travel from the workplace into the dust collector and through its filtration system to ultimately deliver clean air back to the factory.

Camfil Farr APC president Lee Morgan states: "We were very excited to collaborate with ASU on this program and were impressed by the power of 3D visualization as an industrial communications tool.  We urge other companies to support and partner with their local universities on technical projects like this one."

To view the "Clean Air Rocks" video, go to: http://www.camfilfarrapc.com/videos/77.  For general information on the company, contact Camfil Farr APC at (800) 479-6801 or (870) 933-8048; e-mail filterman@farrapc.com; web www.farrapc.com.

SOURCE Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control