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    • The Dynamic Animation of Ambulatory Arthropods 

      Cenydd, Llyr ap; Teahan, William (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      Whilst advances in real-time computer graphics continue to permit the development of increasingly vivid virtual worlds, the degree of interaction between the environment and the animated characters within remains relatively ...
    • Viewing 0.3Tb Heart Simulation Data At Your Desk 

      Grimstead, I. J.; Kharche, S.; Zhang, H.; Avis, N. J.; Walker, D. W. (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      Atrial fibrillation (AF) affects a large section of the aged population, accounting for nearly 1% of total National Health Service (NHS) expenditure. Modelling of this condition to promote further understanding is hence ...
    • Level of Detail for Physically Based Fire 

      Gundersen, Odd Erik; Tangvald, Lars (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      In this paper, we propose a framework for implementing level of detail for a physically based fire rendering running on the GPU. The physics of the fire is simulated using a fluid solver and combustion modelling, and the ...
    • A 3D Visualisation Environment Modelling the Evolution of North-West Europe since the Last Glacial Maximum 

      Wainwright, Adam; Varsamidis, Thomas; Scourse, James (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      This work in progress aims to provide an interactive 3D visualisation allowing real time manipulation of glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) model output data which reconstructs the ice distribution and coastline position ...
    • Streaming and Data Enrichment 

      McDerby, Mary J.; Hewitt, William T.; Turner, Martin J. (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      Data is being created at a continuously increasing rate. Scientists are drowning in their data . So much so they cannot visualize the data to see the big picture. This work-in-progress paper describes a data capture and ...
    • A Case-Study of Inconsistent Surface Reconstruction in Recent Literature Resulting from Octree Rotation-Variance 

      Hughes, David Meirion; Lim, Ik Soo (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      We review the use of octree and PCA (Principle Component Analysis) in current literature and explore a leading piece of research, as a case study, to highlight how overlooking octree rotation-variance has resulted in ...
    • Interval-Based Motion Blending for Hand Grasping 

      Brisbin, Matt; Benes, Bedrich (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      For motion to appear realistic and believable proper motion blending methods must be used in respect to the goal or task at hand. We present a method that extends the theory of move trees [MBC01] by tagging (attaching) ...
    • Visualization Notations, Models and Taxonomies 

      Brodlie, Ken; Noor, Nurul Mohd (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      Visualization taxonomies are an important means of imposing some structure on a rather diverse field. We review some earlier work in this area, particularly work based on the use of a notation to label classes of visualization ...
    • Using 3D Visualisation in the Repair of Intra-articular Fractures 

      Wilson, A. F.; Musgrove, P. B.; Buckley, K. A.; Pearce, G.; Geoghegan, J. (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      The overall aim of this work in progress is to use visualisation to provide a tool for pre-operative planning of surgery on complex fractures, in particular for intra-articular fractures. Currently, a patient suffering ...
    • Steering Chemistry in the Right Direction! 

      Davies, R. A. (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      The development of novel molecular visualization and computational steering applications is described in this paper. Improvements to the Molecular Visualizer application, jointly developed between the schools of Chemistry ...
    • Anatomy Education using Rapid Prototyping 

      Thomas, Rhys G.; John, Nigel W.; Lim, Ik Soo (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      Rapid Prototyping is a technique which is rapidly gaining interest amongst the medical community for many different purposes. In this paper we present a novel tool that uses rapidly prototyped models to serve as an interaction ...