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Authors: Leong, S. H.*
Anthes, C.*
Magnoni, F.*
Spinuso, A.*
Casarotti, E.*
Title: Advance Visualisation of Seismic Wave Propagation and Wave Speed Model
Title of journal: inSiDE (Innovatives Supercomputing in Deutschland) Magazine
Issue Date: 2014
Keywords: Advanced Visualization
Virtual Reality
Seismic Wave Simulations
Abstract: With the induction of the Virtual Reality and Visualisation Centre (V2C) at Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ), many domain specialists have approached LRZ to leverage on the immersive projection technology. Large datasets can now be stereoscopically displayed and specialists can interact with their complex datasets intuitively. Seismologists is one group of domain specialists that have benefited from the use of this virtual reality (VR) technology. To allow a deep insight into the simulated data, the seismologists make use of VR installations like a 5 sided projection installation based on the concepts of a Carolina Cruz-Neira’s CAVE Automated Virtual Environment (CAVE). In this article, the CAVE like installation at LRZ will be referred to as the CAVE for convenience.
Appears in Collections:04.06.09. Waves and wave analysis
05.01.99. General or miscellaneous
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