Sharper teeth - Data visualisation
These three teeth were made using irregular data samples from the same information.
While the two on the right lose detail as a result, the new method makes the one on the left much clearer.
This shows that Vuçini's technique can improve 3D models made from non-regular data.
(Image: Vuçini / Möller / Gröller)
As new ways of analysing the world around us are developed, new ways to visualise that information are needed.
The recent Eurovis Symposium, held in Berlin, brought together international researchers with new ideas about how to make data easier to interpret and act on.