Virtalis’ 20 years of expertise in Virtual Reality (VR) and handling large engineering CAD datasets meant that we were uniquely placed to create software capable of high-resolution 3D stereo visualisation that is limited only by the resolution of the data.
GeoVisionary Version 2 brings exciting new capabilities, including:
• visualisation of voxels for the interpretation of volumetric or block models
• the ability to render point clouds from laser scan data
• the mapping of 4D or time series, allowing data gathered from different time periods to be compared and trends analysed
• a plane tool which allows geoscientists to measure and visualise outcrops to assess the orientation and geological relationships of rock strata
GeoVisionary is a valuable and unique software tool for the visualisation, analysis and interpretation of large and complex, multi-source datasets.
“The ability to mark contacts, structures and other geological features while fully immersed in a 3D environment is probably as close to real field mapping on Mars as is possible at the moment”. Dr. Peter Grindrod, a Planetary Geologist and Aurora Research Fellow at UCL.