AAOGlimpse: Three-dimensional Data Viewer

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AAOGlimpse: Three-dimensional Data Viewer

Post by owlice » Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:29 am

[c]AAOGlimpse: Three-dimensional Data Viewer[/c][/b]
Abstract: AAOGlimpse is an experimental display program that uses OpenGL to display FITS data (and even JPEG images) as 3D surfaces that can be rotated and viewed from different angles, all in real-time. It is WCS-compliant and designed to handle three-dimensional data. Each plane in a data cube is surfaced in the same way, and the program allows the user to travel through a cube by 'peeling off' successive planes, or to look into a cube by suppressing the display of data below a given cutoff value. It can blink images and can superimpose images and contour maps from different sources using their world coordinate data. A limited socket interface allows communication with other programs.

Credit: Shortridge, Keith

Site: https://www.aao.gov.au/science/software/AAOGlimpse
http://www.eso.org/sci/php/meetings/ada ... 38034.html

Bibcode: 2011ascl.soft10009S

ID: ascl:1110.009
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