LBNL Lightbox Image Gallery - Page 1

December 10, 2003 All links to image sequences have been neutralized since the original image sequences are lost to antiquity. We're leaving the link targes in the page for historical reference.

The page below is divided up along project lines. Within each project, one or more image sequences have been created. From each project, we need to choose one sequence. Also, we anticipate having space and funds for only four lightboxes, so we need to choose from among the various projects.

In addition to hyperlinks to tarfiles of low-res SGI-format RGB files, some of the sequences have been made into short MPEG movies (between 10 and 13 frames).


ACTI - Austin Model

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In each of the four sample image sequences below, we are moving the camera left-to-right a small distance. In the first two sequences, the visualized data does not change. In other words, the only difference between each consecutive image is the position of the camera. The second two sequences combine camera motion with time-varying data.

As with the other examples, we have made images using both an infinite depth of field, corresponding to "trucking" the camera, and using a short depth of field, corresponding to a camera "shear".

Kilcup

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In each of the four sample image sequences below, we are moving the camera left-to-right a small distance. In the first two sequences, the visualized data does not change. In other words, the only difference between each consecutive image is the position of the camera. The second two sequences combine camera motion with time-varying data.

As with the other examples, we have made images using both an infinite depth of field, corresponding to "trucking" the camera, and using a short depth of field, corresponding to a camera "shear".

CCSE

"Shocking" physics.

Life Sciences

Protien Molecules.

  • Camera Motion Only
  • Infinite Depth of Field (truck the camera) ftp://www-vis.lbl.gov/pub/artn/kd.s1000.rgb.tar.Z Download now (1.7Mbytes). Check out the MPEG Movie.
  • Short Depth of Field (camera "shear"). ftp://www-vis.lbl.gov/pub/artn/kd.s09.rgb.tar.Z Download now. (1.7Mbytes) Check out the MPEG Movie.