Tag: Information Visualisation

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In this project we helped Xcelgo with a brand new custom DirectX 11 renderer as a replacement of their existing fixed function DirectX 9.0 renderer. Xcelgo provides virtual automation software for 3D modeling along the cycle of automated material handling systems – Like airport baggage handling or larger warehouse storage systems. The purpose of their product is to eliminate the risks involved in building these large and very expensive systems, by allowing simulation and modelling of the system up front…

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In collaboration with VIA University College, we’ve recently completed a quick prototype of an educational iPad app for hospital nurses. It is an augmented reality app (built in Unity) which overlays a t-shirt logo with a pair of lungs that undergo a respiratory cyclus. The lungs are placed as though they are actually inside the person wearing the t-shirt.

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We have just released a 3D graph visualization javascript tool for visualizing position based height data incapsulated in a webpage. At construction time an array of longitude, latitude and altitude is passed to the tool, which generates the basic graph. In an additional argument static markers can be added to the graph. These markings can be interval markings placed several times along the distance the graph represent or just once. Markings can be a custom image or a default dot…

Do you know the real value of your data? – Visualise your data and learn the true meaning and value of your data for you, your organisation and your partners. At the exclusive hands-on workshop on Big Data Visualisation we show you how your data can be transformed from a big list of symbols to visualisations that can be understood, interpreted and fed into decision processes. 4 keynote speakers will guide us through a day of hands-on work-stations covering: Creating…

In a previous post we presented a bar diagram as a quick overview over data from Danish municipalities. We have now released a live demo that utilizes some of the newest html5 features, e.g. WebGL. Click here to launch the demo. You need a recent chrome, firefox, safari (non iOS) or opera browser. Internet Explorer is not supported. Use the keys “wasdqe” and the mouse to navigate and change between dataset in the right column.  

  This video demonstrates our real-time molecular visualization application written using OpenGL and GLSL. The video features three distinct visualizations: Stick-and-ball, Connolly surface and density plot. The application renders the molecule using image-based lighting combined with depth-of-field. Ambient occlusion and fog is further used to enhance the perception of depth. The Connolly surface can be dynamically recreated when changing the orbital or probe radius. When recreating the Connolly surface the ambient occlusion is dynamically updated. The density plot, which features…