Chester Grosch

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This paper discusses strategies for effectively portraying 3D flow using volume line integral convolution. Issues include defining an appropriate input texture, clarifying the distinct identities and relative depths of the advected texture elements, and selectively highlighting regions of interest in both the input and output volumes. Apart from offering(More)
49 A n elegant and versatile technique, line integral convolution (LIC) 1,2 represents directional information via patterns of correlation in a texture. Although most commonly used to depict 2D flow, or flow over a surface in 3D, LIC methods can also portray 3D flow through a volume. 1,3 However, the popularity of LIC as a device for illustrating 3D flow(More)
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