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Immersive Visual Analytics: Interacting With Data in the Virtual Reality (VR)

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Visual Analytics is a term and research agenda coined by J.J. Thomas that combines two things: “interactive visual interfaces” with the “analytical reasoning” about the visualised data. Recent advancement and breakthroughs in development of the VR (Virtual Reality), MR (Mixed Reality) and AR (Augmented Reality) has spun off another branch of research i.e. immersive visual analytics (IVA). IVA tries to understand how the newest wave of immersive technology can be leveraged and assist in creating even more compelling, more intuitive and more effective visual analytical tools.

The talk will focus on the VR-based interfaces. It will briefly discussed challenges and known issues related to the design of such tools i.e. how to mitigate the risks of the development of simulation sickness symptoms among the users, what are the available modes of interaction at the moment or how to visualised multidimensional datasets using a variant of Parallel Coordinates technique. Moreover, examples of the VR-based IMVs will be shown.

This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.

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