Applications


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
mflaxman@gsd.harvard.edu



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
marol@itn.liu.se

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
mardi@itn.liu.se

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.
olli.mannerkoski@valkeus.com

Petri Kotro
Hannu Lesonen
Risto Lustila
Valkeus Interactive Ltd.





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