|Title||A Selective Rendering Method for Data Visualization
|in||Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation|
Wencheng Wang, En-Hua Wu, Nelson Max |
|Keyword(s)||refinement; volume rendering; scientific visualization; interaction|
Selective visualization is a solution for visualizing data of large size and dimensionality. In this paper a new method is proposed for effectively rendering certain chosen parts among the full set of data in terms of a colour buffer, referred to as the virtual plane, for storing intermediate results. By this method, scientists may concentrate their attention on the contents of data in which they are interested. Besides, the method could be easily integrated with all the current direct volume
rendering techniques, especially progressive refinement methods and selective methods.