Andrew H. Stevens

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Three-dimensional vector fields are common datasets throughout the sciences. Visualizing these fields is inherently difficult due to issues such as visual clutter and self-occlusion. Cutting planes are often used to overcome these issues by presenting more manageable slices of data. The existing literature provides many techniques for visualizing the flow(More)
Previous perceptual research and human factors studies have identified several effective methods for texturing 3D surfaces to ensure that their curvature is accurately perceived by viewers. However, most of these studies examined the application of these techniques to static surfaces. This paper explores the effectiveness of applying these techniques to(More)
Cutting planes have long been an effective tool for visualizing discrete slices of 3D vector fields. The following research-in-progress focusses on evaluating a variety of cutting plane rendering techniques at various seeding densities to find those conditions which provide superior perceptual cues for accurately estimating the direction of flow through a(More)
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