This mark is automatically generated based on current and recent activity in the IV/LAB.

* The number of lab members who have logged in to our linux machines in the past 24 hours is 0.
* The number of lab members who have logged in to our linux machines this week is 0.
* The current size of the directory for our published research papers is 24150055 KB.
* The lights in the lab are on.

Force Brushes: Progressive Data-Driven Haptic Selection and Filtering for Multi-Variate Flow Visualizations

Conference Article

Force Brushes: Progressive Data-Driven Haptic Selection and Filtering for Multi-Variate Flow Visualizations. Bret Jackson, Dane Coffey, Daniel F. Keefe. Proceedings of EuroVis 2012 (2012) pp. 7–11

Abstract

We present Force Brushes, a haptic-based interaction technique for controlled selection in multi-variate flow visualizations. Force Brushes addresses the difficult task of volumetric selection and filtering by rendering haptic constraints that allow scientists to snap directly to proxy geometry, such as streamlines, to select regions of interest and then progressively filter the selection using a data-driven approach. Using progressive brushing actions with multiple variables, a user has the potential to explore volumetric data in a more immediate, fluid, and controllable way guided by the underlying data.

Video
Projects

This publication is a part of the following research projects:

Links