Project Aldrin-Purdue: an Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering capstone research project calculating the feasibility and requirements for Buzz Aldrin's plan for human colonization of mars in his book Mission to Mars: My Vision for Space Exploration.
Worked with a design group of AAE 45000: Senior Spacecraft Design to produce 3D animation footage that would be included in their final presentation visualizing Buzz Aldrin's theory for Mars colonization with Buzz Aldrin present. There was frequent communication between modeling/animation students and AAE students to properly capture their concept visually and accurately.
I worked along with several other modeling/animation students to quickly and collaboratively model elements of the Aldrin Cycler and human lander ("HuLa") based from the AAE students' CAD drawings that were originally created in CATIA.
We also animated landers attaching to a rocket that docks with the Aldrin Cycler, then enters "Hyperbolic Rendezvous" according to a storyboard laid out by the AAE video project students.