CinemaCompare - Single
CinemaCompare can be used with a single database, here an MPAS-Ocean simulation of ocean eddies. The Cinema database includes a series of pre-rendered images. UI sliders allow the viewer to rotate the globe in phi and theta and see the eddies flow over time.
CinemaCompare can also be used to view multiple databases. In this plasma accelerator simulation (left) regularly spaced isosurfaces are compared to (right) a topological approach to identify important isosurfaces. The two Cinema databases can be explored and compared in tandem.
CinemaExplorer is used to view a dark matter halo simulation database. The parallel coordinates view can be used to select images with similar properties. The scatterplot can be used to explore correlations between variables. This viewer allows a range of analysis approaches.
Cross-platform viewer CinemaScope allows interactive exploration with sliders or via intuitive mouse controls and the ability to switch between sets of data artifacts or images.
This browser-based Cinema viewer can be used to explore a set of online science-based Cinema examples. The browser-based viewer is currently based on Spec A databases.