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Christof Rezk-Salama, Jens Schneider, Jens Krüger, Christian Dick

Interactive Methods in Scientific Visualization

 Jens Krüger
SCI Institute, University of Utah

 Christof Rezk-Salama
Computer Grafik und Multimediasysteme, Universität Siegen

 Christian Dick,  Jens Schneider
Computer Graphics & Visualization Group, Technische Universität München

Background

This tutorial was held at the IEEE/VGTC Visualization Symposium 2009 in Beijing.

Material

Part 1: Scalar Volumes [.PDF]
Part 2: Flow Field Visualization [.PDF]
Part 3: Terrain Rendering [.PDF]
Part 4: Large Data [.PPT,.PDF]

Links

Part 1: Scalar Volumes

Part 2: Flow Field Visualization

  • The Virtual Windtunnel Project (with demo)

Part 3: Terrain Rendering

Part 4: Large Data

To demonstrate the use of the LargeArray2D class, I've written a multi-threaded program that generates a huge Mandelbrot image. The download includes sources in a Visual C++ 2008 project. Microsoft Windows XP or Vista is required to run the code. If you have questions, drop me a mail. Feedback is also highly welcome.
[Download (4.1MB)] (last update: 8.Sep.09)

 

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