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Interactive Visual Exploration of Unsteady 3D Flows
EUROVIS 2005: Eurographics / IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization
In this paper we present GPU-based techniques for the interactive visualization of large unsteady 3D flow fields on uniform grids. We propose a novel dual-core approach to asynchronously stream such fields from the CPU, thus enabling the efficient exploration of large time-resolved sequences. This approach decouples visualization from data handling, resulting in interactive frame rates. Built upon a previously published GPU particle engine for flow visualization we have developed new strategiesdoi:10.2312/vissym/eurovis07/251-258 fatcat:katl5g3m5fhdjkwfphemvxsrz4