Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
T. Klein, I. Viola, P. Mindek:
"A Multi-Scale Animation Framework for Biological Fibrous Structures";
Poster: Eurographics/VGTC Conference on Visualization (EuroVis) 2019,
- 2019-06-07; in: "EG digital library",
Computer Graphics Forum,
Fibrous structures are ubiquitous in cell biology and play essential structural and functional roles in the life cycle of a cell. Theyare long polymers, such as DNA carrying genetic information, or filaments forming the cytoskeleton, crucial for cell divisionand maintaining the cell shape. In order to disseminate new findings of such structures to peers or a general audience, animated3D models of these structures have to be created, as they are too small to be imaged with microscopes. However, this is a tedioustask carried out by scientific animators, who manually create expressive visual representations of biological phenomena. In thiswork, we present a novel concept which simplifies the process of animating multi-scale procedural models of biological fibrousstructures. In contrast with existing work in the domain of molecular visualization, our approach can also capture dynamics,which are important to show when communicating biological processes.
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