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The marriage of WebGL for 3D visualisation and SVG for 2D data presentation also turns out to be a pretty happy one. The core ideas when working in both are actually pretty similar - building up a set of visual components that are cached and rendered separately (OpenGL vertex buffer objects and SVG elements respectively). Any complex calculations in Javascript need only be done once to build up each visual component, or to rebuild if it physically changes. The actual rendering of that cached element is then done by a much faster lower-level process (OpenGL/GPU and the SVG engine respectively).

Comments:The software helps me to quickly extract different components and create a preliminary layout. It wasn't until recently I really understood the importance of defining the components. If you put in the extra time to create frames in the right places of the component then the software will do a lot of the grunt work for you, and there are great tools for snapping and aligning that speeds up the process.Creating custom components has become increasingly easier the last couple of years and the programming of the components is really visual and hands on.I think one pretty unique thing that separates Visual Components from other simulation software is that it's being used in such a wide variety of applications, and even though some scenarios don't exist "out of the box" they're usually possible to script thanks to the API.

Fusion is a true 3D visual effects compositing and animation application that lets you create entire scenes in an infinite 3D workspace. You can create and render complex scenes that combine 2D footage with 3D models, geometric shapes, animated cameras, lights and more. You can even add volumetric effects like fog and mist!

In AR, the real world is viewed directly or via a device such as a camera to create a visual and adds to that vision with computer-generated inputs such as still graphics, audio or video. AR is different from VR because it adds to the real-world experience rather than creating a new experience from scratch.

Immersive experience creation mimics how the eye and brain form visuals. Human eyes are about three inches apart and therefore form two slightly different views. The brain fuses those views to create a sense of depth or stereoscopic display.

The Visual Studio Natvis framework customizes the way native types appear in debugger variable windows, such as the Locals and Watch windows, and in DataTips. Natvis visualizations can help make the types you create more visible during debugging.

The debugger automatically creates the [Raw View] node for every custom expansion. The preceding screenshot displays the [Raw View] node expanded, to show how the default raw view of the object differs from its Natvis visualization. The default expansion creates a subtree for the base class, and lists all the data members of the base class as children.

While the ExpandedItem element provides a flatter view of data by eliminating hierarchies, the Synthetic node does the opposite. It allows you to create an artificial child element that isn't a result of an expression. The artificial element can have child elements of its own. In the following example, the visualization for the Concurrency::array type uses a Synthetic node to show a diagnostic message to the user:

A UIVisualizer element registers a graphical visualizer plug-in with the debugger. A graphical visualizer creates a dialog box or other interface that shows a variable or object in a way consistent with its data type. The visualizer plug-in must be authored as a VSPackage, and must expose a service that the debugger can consume. The .natvis file contains registration information for the plug-in, such as its name, the GUID of the exposed service, and the types it can visualize.

The geometric view provides an interactive rendering of the geometric representations of cracks and the tunnel surface. It allows users to interactively navigate the scene and t




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