Friday, 26 July
8:10 - 10:15 am
Room 207

Session Chair: Doug Roble, Digital Domain

Using Virtual Cities to Plan Real Cities: Visualizing Alternative Futures for Hangzhou, China
The open-source Virtual Terrain Project was used to create real-time visualizations of alternative plans for a large city. Continuous level-of-detail terrain modeling proved critical.

Michael Flaxman
The Harvard Graduate School of Design

The Time Geography Project: Using Computer Graphics to Visualize Problems in Political Science
How various scientific/information visualization techniques are used in political science, especially in time geography, the study of where and what people are doing.

Mark Ollila
Linköpings Universitet

Kajsa Ellegaard
Johan Torne
Henric Joanson
Anders Ynnerman
Matthew Cooper
Linköpings Universitet

Interactive Visualization of Large-Scale Time-Varying Data Sets
Visualization of the phase-space distributions of plasma particles interacting with strong electrostatic waves. The visualized data are provided by large-scale particles in cell simulations.

Mark Eric Dieckmann
Linköpings Universitet

Patric Ljung
Anders Ynnerman
Linköpings Universitet

3D Browser for Interactive Television
A functional prototype of a new kind of 3D graphical user interface for interactive television. It integrates different media and communication forms under an easy-to-use interface.

Olli Mannerkoski
Valkeus Interactive Ltd.

Petri Kotro
Hannu Lesonen
Risto Lustila
Valkeus Interactive Ltd.

Summaries of SIGGRAPH 2002 Sketches & Applications are available in the SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications

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