Thursday, 31 July 2003
8:15 - 10:15 am
Room 30 A-D
Session Chair: Steve Derrick, Vicarious Visions, Inc.
The Digital Space Shuttle, 3D Graphics, and Knowledge Management
The Digital Shuttle is a knowledge-management project that brings together high-end 3D graphics and ontologies to provide content, display, and navigation of the knowledge.
Julian E. Gomez
Paul J. Keller
NASA Ames Research Center
Emissive Clipping Planes for Volume Rendering
In volume rendering, lighting reveals shape and cutting through volumes, and shows tissues in relation to one another. The emissive-clip plane allows both features to be used simultaneously.
EMOCAP: Driving 3D Characters With Real Mood Dynamics
EMOCAP, a new method and application that extends the idea of motion capture to animation data that defines complex human emotional states as they change over time.
University of Toronto
Visualizing Horn Evolution by Morphing High-Resolution X-ray CT Images
Visualization tools that dynamically reconstruct horn morphology using morphing techniques, phylogenetic analyses, and ancestral trait reconstructions applied to 3D images generated from a high-resolution CT scanner.
Wendy L Hodges
Theodore Garland, Jr.
University of California at Riverside
University of Texas at Austin
Designer-Critiqued Comparison of 2D Vector Visualization Methods: A Pilot Study
A framework for critiquing scientific-visualization techniques using expert visual designers. The methodology is faster and more productive than more traditional quantitative user studies.
Cullen D. Jackson
Rhode Island School of Design