[x3d-public] X3D in Astrophysics
frederic.vogt at alumni.anu.edu.au
Tue Nov 15 04:00:47 PST 2016
As anticipated in my previous email, the article was accepted, and has appeared on the arXiv pre-print server yesterday: https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.03862 <https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.03862>
> On Nov 3, 2016, at 08:01, Frédéric Vogt <frederic.vogt at alumni.anu.edu.au <mailto:frederic.vogt at alumni.anu.edu.au>> wrote:
> Dear everyone,
> Posting this here in case it is of interest, and for information. I’ve been exploring the potential of X3D in the field of Astrophysics, and wrote a first article about it some months back (https://arxiv.org/abs/1510.02796 <https://arxiv.org/abs/1510.02796>). I have recently implemented a new example for demonstration purposes, using a different type of dataset, and exploring additional features of the X3DOM framework (I am admittedly only scratching the surface here !).
> The example in question (to be described in a dedicated article inside the upcoming “Techniques and Methods for Astrophysical Data Visualization” special issue of PASP) is here: http://www.sc.eso.org/~fvogt/1E0102/1E0102.html <http://www.sc.eso.org/~fvogt/1E0102/1E0102.html>
> All of this was done with the aim of adding scientific value to an interactive model, with clipplanes allowing viewers to actually measure distances and angles within the model. The article should come out in the coming weeks on the arXiv, I’ll post the link to this list for completeness.
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