Visualization provides a very natural means to display information to your users in an easy to understand manner. A typical visualization environment will present a large set of data to the user on his or her screen and allow him or her to interact with it, in order to easily explore large sets or simulate the behavior of a system.
3D representation of data allows us to create worlds that visually depict the domain of the problem being studied or simulated and allow our users to manipulate such worlds, as well as the objects within them as to gain a higher understanding of the data being represented.
The main areas within visualization can be separated in two groups: Reporting and Simulation.
Reporting comprises software solutions that automatically load, parse and render on the screen a complex set of data for easier visualization by the user.
Visual representation allows the user to explore –and even interact with– a set of data that might be too complicated for understanding by simply reading a listing or a set of numbers.
Simulation solutions go beyond simple representation of data, allowing the user to simulate an environment and a set of actors and objects within it. Simulation allows users to predict how an environment is modified by the elements present in it, as well as how this elements, in turn, are modified by the environment that contains them.
An example of a simulation environment could be a robotics simulation solution.
In both scenarios, Reporting and Simulation, the development of compelling three-dimensional applications gives software solutions great appeal to scientists, engineers and business analysts alike.
By leveraging powerful 3D graphics and intuitive user interfaces, our customer’s users are able to interact with large sets of data that would be completely cumbersome to handle and process manually.