Smooth and efficient zooming and panning

  title={Smooth and efficient zooming and panning},
  author={Jarke J. van Wijk and Wim A. A. Nuij},
  journal={IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization 2003 (IEEE Cat. No.03TH8714)},
Large 2D information spaces, such as maps, images, or abstract visualizations, require views at various level of detail: close ups to inspect details, overviews to maintain (literally) an overview. Users often switch between these views. We discuss how smooth animations from one view to another can be defined. To this end, a metric on the effect of simultaneous zooming and panning is defined, based on an estimate of the perceived velocity. Optimal is defined as smooth and efficient. Given the… CONTINUE READING
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