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NASA Connect - GWTF - AirPressure and Algebraic Relationships (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring drag and agebraic relationships. The video explains flow visualization and air flow and how engineers use algebra in their work.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Air Flow; Drag; Air Pressure; Algebra; Flow Visualization; Glow; Pressure; Basic Aerodynamic Research Tunnel; BART; Ideal Airflow; Reverse Flow; Luminophores;
Duration: 00:06:03
Popularity (downloads): 941
 
SHriMP Views: An Interactive Environment for Information Visualization and Navigation (2002)
Video presentation from the 2002 CHI conference. The SHriMP (Simple Hierarchical Multi-Perspective) visualization technique was designed to enhance how people browse and explore complex information spaces. SHriMP uses a...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI: Information visualization; information navigation; software tools; knowledge management; flow diagrams
Duration: 00:07:10
Popularity (downloads): 697
 
Snap Together Visualization: Component-Based, User-Constructed, Multiple-View Visualization (2001)
Video Poster from CHI 2001. A major hindrance to the usage of information visualization in common tasks is that typically a new visualization interface must be custom programmed to...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; user interface; information visualization
Duration: 00:04:48
Popularity (downloads): 511
 
ACM CHI 1992 Issue 77 - Pointing and Visualization (1992)
The nature of visualizations and the social uses to which they ar put rely heavily on pointing behavior. In the context of a switched telephone network visualization; this tape...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Graphical User Interface; Interface Mechanisms; Pointing; Visual Attention; Visualization;
Duration: 00:04:00
Popularity (downloads): 515
 
Snap together visualization (2000)
Information visualizations with multiple coordinated views enable users to rapidly explore complex data and discover relationships. However, it is usually difficult for users to find or create the coordinated set...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;
Duration: 00:05:03
Popularity (downloads): 1099
 
NASAConnect - TOAT - Wind Tunnels (2004)
NASA Connect Segment explaining wind tunnels and how they are used as research tools. It also explores the SR-71 Blackbird and why it's used as an ideal research test plane....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Wind Tunnel; SR-71 Blackbird; Test Plane; Measuring Tools; Flow Visualization; Turbulence;
Duration: 00:02:35
Popularity (downloads): 2526
 
ACM InterCHI 1993 Isssue 88 - High Interaction Data Visualization - using Seesoft to Visualize Programs Changes history (1992)
This video shows a new software tool; Seesoft; that applies scientific visualization techniques to visualizing code. The visualization approach is to represent files in a directory in columns and...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Direct Manipulation; Graphical User Interface; Scientific Visualization;
Duration: 00:10:04
Popularity (downloads): 518
 
Visualization in Retrieval Information (2007)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: Visualization; Information Retrieval; Tagging; Web 2.0; Images;
Duration: 00:56:10
Popularity (downloads): 17
 
Filter/Flow metaphors for Boolean queries (2000)
Evidence shows that users of database or information systems have difficulties specifying complex boolean queries. We present a novel visual presentation based on water filter-flow metaphors that reveals the effect...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;
Duration: 00:06:36
Popularity (downloads): 757
 
HCIL Symposium 2002 - Visualization of a Million Items, segment 06 of 10 (2002)
How many items can we see and understand before we need to aggregate? To answer this question, this work describes techniques to push current information visualization techniques to their...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;University of Maryland;HCI;
Duration: 00:06:34
Popularity (downloads): 605
 

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