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Poster: Getting All Your Bats in a Row: Optimizing Layout in Chronophotographic Style Visualizations

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Poster: Getting All Your Bats in a Row: Optimizing Layout in Chronophotographic Style Visualizations. Fedor A. Korsakov, Daniel F. Keefe. IEEE Information Visualization 2009 (2009)

Abstract

Chronophotography, a concurrent depiction of multiple states of an object photographed at uniform time intervals in the same visual context, can serve as a valuable technique to give an overview of a dynamic process (e.g. motion) in a static illustration. In this poster we present an algorithm that generates chronophotograpically styled visualizations from large sets of still images, while reducing occlusion and aiming to increase efficient use of the available space.

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