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    • Bare-hand volume cracker for raw volume data analysis 

      Socha, John J.; Laha, Bireswar; Bowman, Doug A. (2016-09-28)
      Analysis of raw volume data generated from different scanning technologies faces a variety of challenges, related to search, pattern recognition, spatial understanding, quantitative estimation, and shape description. In a ...
    • Immersive Analytics: Theory and Research Agenda 

      Skarbez, Richard; Polys, Nicholas F.; Ogle, J. Todd; North, Chris; Bowman, Doug A. (Frontiers, 2019-09-10)
      Advances in a variety of computing fields, including "big data," machine learning, visualization, and augmented/mixed/virtual reality, have combined to give rise to the emerging field of immersive analytics, which investigates ...
    • Move the Object or Move Myself? Walking vs. Manipulation for the Examination of 3D Scientific Data 

      Lages, Wallace S.; Bowman, Doug A. (Frontiers, 2018-07-10)
      Physical walking is consistently considered a natural and intuitive way to acquire viewpoints in a virtual environment. However, research findings also show that walking requires cognitive resources. To understand how this ...
    • Technology helps students transcend part-whole concepts 

      Norton, Anderson H. III; Wilkins, Jesse L. M.; Evans, Michael A.; Deater-Deckard, Kirby; Balci, Osman; Chang, Mido
      How would your students make sense of the fraction 5/7? Would they interpret it as 5 parts out of 7 equal parts? Could they also understand it as a piece that is 5 times as large as 1/7? The former interpretation aligns ...