Friday, January 16, 2009

hanging out and working on 3D waves

We recently had a nice session of 3D volumetric waves rendering ...

And this is what we were watching... It is really very very cool to visualize maths in 3D stereo :) yeah!

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

more wave movements

nice new renderings...

more videos coming soon. We have it running in 3D now. Rightclick and save as... in case you want to have the full resolution

Wednesday, August 16, 2006


This is now the final version 25fps of the video we played at an exhibition. Deskvox was used to calculate this movie.
Seems like cave like visualization is also possible... hm, let's see.

hurra, we made a first draft video with deskvox. It needs quite a lot of RAM but, hey, i think the result is worth it. Hoping for a 25fps version :)

Saturday, August 05, 2006

wave calculations (2)

Continued to experiment with the visualization together with a friend.

Some very nice outputs. Even possible in stereo! (blue/green glasses needed).
Movies are coming...

This show some gradient autodetection features.

This is a cut through the same wave file as below.

cut through the same wave file

Monday, July 31, 2006

waves calculations

recently started to get interested in wave equations. Pantha Rei! Everything flows! Imagine yourself as a pure collection of wave functions - the sum of all wave functions of each of your atoms, electrons, neutrinos and quarks combined.
No matter anymore, just pure waves. :) Strange imagination for me. I can not quite grasp it yet but it definetely makes sense from the physics that i know.

Some nice results were obtained by visualizing wave interference patters via volumetric rendering.

Ten random point sources for some sound wave collide:

the same wave but looking at it from a different angle with different colors:

download the GNU GPL'ed source code (ANSI C) for calculating the NxNxN cube. And use some software for CT such as Joe Kniss's Simian for visualizing.