WIT Press


Computer Animated Experiment On Computational Fluid Dynamic Data (CFD) As A Virtual Reality Attempt

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CMEM930201

Volume

4

Pages

10

Published

1993

Size

2,655 kb

Author(s)

L.J. Besse

Abstract

Computer animated experiment on computational fluid dynamic data (CFD) as a virtual reality attempt L.J. Besse Switzerland ABSTRACT This system is able to gain new insights about the physical model which until now exists only in numerical form. The proposed scheme presents data with a better clarity and makes improved interaction possible. INTRODUCTION Visualization is the process of transforming information into a visual form, enabling users to observe it. In other words, visualization can be defined as a subtitute for preconsious visual competencies and machine computa- tion for conscious thinking. This definition applies to most instances in which data is rendered as images (i.e. graphics objects) including scientific visualization. The visual form is used for analysis of a large amount of data in order to scan this data for existence of desired features. In terms of data processing abilities no computer system can match the human visual system. The brain/visual-cortex ca

Keywords