Effects of VR System Fidelity on Analyzing Isosurface Visualization of Volume Datasets

@article{Laha2014EffectsOV,
  title={Effects of VR System Fidelity on Analyzing Isosurface Visualization of Volume Datasets},
  author={Bireswar Laha and Doug A. Bowman and John J. Socha},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2014},
  volume={20},
  pages={513-522}
}
Volume visualization is an important technique for analyzing datasets from a variety of different scientific domains. Volume data analysis is inherently difficult because volumes are three-dimensional, dense, and unfamiliar, requiring scientists to precisely control the viewpoint and to make precise spatial judgments. Researchers have proposed that more immersive (higher fidelity) VR systems might improve task performance with volume datasets, and significant results tied to different… CONTINUE READING
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