Effects of animation, user-controlled interactions, and multiple static views in understanding 3D structures

@inproceedings{Sando2009EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of animation, user-controlled interactions, and multiple static views in understanding 3D structures},
  author={Taylor Sando and Melanie Tory and Pourang Irani},
  booktitle={APGV},
  year={2009}
}
Visualizations of 3D spatial structures use various techniques such as user controlled interactions or 2D projection views to convey the structure to users. Researchers have shown that motion cues can help assimilate the structure of 3D spatial data, particularly for discerning occluded parts of the objects. However, motion cues or smooth animations also have costs - they increase the viewing time. What remains unclear is whether any one particular viewing time. What remains unclear is whether… CONTINUE READING

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