Exploring Immersive Analytics for Built Environments

Tom Chandler, Thomas Morgan, Torsten Wolfgang Kuhlen
In Kim Marriott, Falk Schreiber et al. (eds.): Immersive Analytics, Springer International Publishing, pp. 331-357.

This chapter overviews the application of immersive analytics to simulations of built environments through three distinct case studies. The first case study examines an immersive analytics approach based upon the concept of “Virtual Production Intelligence” for virtual prototyping tools throughout the planning phase of complete production sites. The second study addresses the 3D simulation of an extensive urban area and the attendant immersive analytic considerations in an interactive model of a sustainable city. The third study reviews how immersive analytic overlays have been applied for virtual heritage in the reconstruction and crowd simulation of the medieval Cambodian temple complex of Angkor Wat.

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@Inbook{Chandler2018,
author="Chandler, Tom
and Morgan, Thomas
and Kuhlen, Torsten Wolfgang",
editor="Marriott, Kim
and Schreiber, Falk
and Dwyer, Tim
and Klein, Karsten
and Riche, Nathalie Henry
and Itoh, Takayuki
and Stuerzlinger, Wolfgang
and Thomas, Bruce H.",
title="Exploring Immersive Analytics for Built Environments",
bookTitle="Immersive Analytics",
year="2018",
publisher="Springer International Publishing",
address="Cham",
pages="331--357",
abstract="This chapter overviews the application of immersive analytics to simulations of built environments through three distinct case studies. The first case study examines an immersive analytics approach based upon the concept of ``Virtual Production Intelligence'' for virtual prototyping tools throughout the planning phase of complete production sites. The second study addresses the 3D simulation of an extensive urban area (191 km{\$}{\$}^2{\$}{\$}) and the attendant immersive analytic considerations in an interactive model of a sustainable city. The third study reviews how immersive analytic overlays have been applied for virtual heritage in the reconstruction and crowd simulation of the medieval Cambodian temple complex of Angkor Wat.",
isbn="978-3-030-01388-2",
doi="10.1007/978-3-030-01388-2_11",
url="https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01388-2_11"
}




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