Using CavePainting to Create Scientific Visualizations

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Creating Scientific VisualizationsUsing CavePaintingDefining Relationships Between Icons andDavid KarelitzAdvisor David Laidlaw.
Goal of Scientific Visualization The primary objective in data visualizationis to gain insight into an information spaceby mapping data onto graphical primitives Senay and Ignatius.
Project Goals Prototype visualizations in VR Modify multi valued visualizations quicklyand easily Motivation.
Methods for Creating a Create icons Link icons to data Generate particles Elements of an Icon.
A stroke is thebasic element of A stroke contains apath and a style Strokes can be.
Stroke styles can Editing Styles Linking Icons to Data A legend is used to link user drawn icons to data Generating Particles.
A sparse stroke Generated using an actual data value Contains only those paths and styles thatchanged and placeholders for the rest Sparse strokes are merged with a copy of.
one of the example strokes to generatethe final particle Example Generating Particles Pressure legendgenerates a sparse.
stroke with only a colordifference at the bird s The wing s path changesin response to velocity Discussion and Future Work.
System can only generate about onefourth as many particles as a hard codedimplementation Offloading interpolation to the graphics cardmight help.
Discussion and Future Work Drawing the icons is difficult because ofimplicit determination of changed pathsand styles Strokes must be duplicated and correctly.
assembled to be interpolated properly Explicitly specifying which attributes tochange would save time ConclusionOur system is a good first step towards.
reducing the number of visualizationimplementations from many to one Creating Scientific Visualizations Using CavePainting Defining Relationships Between Icons and Data David Karelitz Advisor: David Laidlaw Goal of Scientific Visualization “The primary objective in data visualization is to gain insight into an information space by mapping data onto graphical primitives” Senay and Ignatius Project Goals Prototype visualizations in VR Modify multi-valued ...

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