Toward using VR in the East Sea simulation

Title
Toward using VR in the East Sea simulation
Author(s)
김창식; 이종찬; 임학수; 이수현; Peter Chu
Publication Year
2002-10-16
Abstract
This study presents the virtual reality (VR) application to visualize the scientific data from oceanographic simulation The seasonal circulation and thermohaline structure in the East Sea were studied numerically using various numerical models such as the POM, the COHERENS and the ROMS with horizontal resolution (1/12)˚x (1/12)˚ and 23 sigma levels(or equivalent) conforming to a relatively realistic bottom topography. For the simulation run, the models use the climatological monthly mean surface wind stress, net heat flux, and fresh-water flux from the COADS and from Korea Meteorological Agency data. The simulated temperature, salinity, and velocity fields are analyzed in a VR technique. The VR system used for the study consists of a K-CAVE and an immersive VR table projected on the SGI’s Onyx2 visual workstation. The immersive desk and cave are an interactive and immersive visualization tool emerging as an important component of the scientific process because it provides unprecedented power to explore data sets and to communicate what we learn in very new ways. Demonstrations of interactive, animated, 3D stereographic visualizations are made including data from various physical processes of the East Sea simulation.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/32474
Bibliographic Citation
Proc. Korea-US Workshop on Coastal Ocean Prediction and Forecasting of East Sea, pp.43 - 53, 2002
Publisher
KOSEF Korea/ NSF USA
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
KOSEF Korea/ NSF USA
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