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Visualization
Friday, 17 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 404


Session Chair
Ed Angel
University of New Mexico


The Empathic Visualization Algorithm: Chernoff Faces Revisited
Andreas Loizides
University College London
Department of Computer Science
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT UNITED KINGDOM
a.loizides@cs.ucl.ac.uk

A method for constructing an automatic mapping from data to visual structure which enforces a homomorphism between important characteristics of the data and the emotional/perceptual impact of the visual structure.


Death Valley Flyby: A Simulation Comparing Fault-Controlled Alluvial Fans Along the Black Mountain Range

Carlos Seligo

Stanford University
423 Sweet Hall, 4th Floor
590 Escondido Mall
Stanford, California 94305-3091 USA
moth@stanford.edu

This simulated fly-by of Death Valley was created from public digital elevation models and satellite photographs. With current technology, geological formations almost anywhere in the world can be inexpensively rendered.


Immersive Visualization of a Very-Large-Scale Seismic Model
Prashant Chopra
Mississippi State University
Engineering Research Center
1120 East Lee Boulevard, Apartment 107
Starkville, Mississippi 39759 USA
prash@erc.msstate.edu

An ongoing attempt to interactively and immersively visualize a very-large-scale seismic dataset (11,800,649 nodes) over both spatial and temporal domains using a CAVE and an Immersadesk.


3D Traffic Visualization in Real Time
Andre Gueziec
Consultant
365 America Avenue
Sunnyvale, California 94085 USA
gueziec@computer.org

A system for generating a short narrated animation of highway traffic conditions in a large metropolitan area at a particular moment in time.


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