Visualizing 3D Flow

@article{Interrante1998Visualizing3F,
  title={Visualizing 3D Flow},
  author={Victoria Interrante and Chester Grosch},
  journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
  year={1998},
  volume={18},
  pages={49-53}
}
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 has historically been limited by the computational expense of generating and rendering such a 3D texture and by the difficulties inherent in… CONTINUE READING
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