Smart Visibility in Visualization

Ivan Viola, Meister Eduard Gröller
Smart Visibility in Visualization
In Proceedings of EG Workshop on Computational Aesthetics Computational Aesthetics in Graphics, Visualization and Imaging, pages 209-216. May 2005.
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Abstract

In this paper we discuss expressive visualization techniques that smartly uncover the most important information in order to maximize the visual information of the underlying data. This is achieved through dynamic change in visual representations, through deformations, or through changing the spatial position of parts of the data. Such techniques originate from technical illustration and are called cut-away views, ghosted views, and exploded views. These illustrative techniques unveil the most important visual information by a high level of abstraction. The change in visual representation or spatial position is done in a way that is easily perceivable and the overall visual harmony is preserved.

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@inproceedings{Viola-05-Smart,
  title =      "Smart Visibility in Visualization",
  author =     "Ivan Viola and Meister Eduard Gr\"{o}ller",
  year =       "2005",
  abstract =   "In this paper we discuss expressive visualization techniques
               that smartly uncover the most important information in order
               to maximize the visual information of the underlying data.
               This is achieved through dynamic change in visual
               representations, through deformations, or through changing
               the spatial position of parts of the data. Such techniques
               originate from technical illustration and are called
               cut-away views, ghosted views, and exploded views. These
               illustrative techniques unveil the most important visual
               information by a high level of abstraction. The change in
               visual representation or spatial position is done in a way
               that is easily perceivable and the overall visual harmony is
               preserved.",
  month =      may,
  booktitle =  "Proceedings of EG Workshop on Computational Aesthetics
               Computational Aesthetics in Graphics, Visualization and
               Imaging",
  editor =     "L. Neumann, M. Sbert, B. Gooch, W. Purgathofer",
  isbn =       "3905673274",
  location =   "Girona, Spain",
  pages =      "209--216",
  URL =        "https://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/publications/2005/Viola-05-Smart/",
}