Hurricane Bonnie (1998) Dissolving 'Crystal Cathedral' View of Precipitation With TRMM Data
This is another experiment in using transparency to represent isosurfaces from TRMM data.
A fly in to a set of nested 3D isosurfaces of constant precipitation density for Hurricane Bonnie, measured by TRMM on August 22, 1998. The isosurfaces are removed one by one until only the highest density surface remains, then the surfaces are restored in reverse order.
Video slate image reads, "Hurricane Bonnie (1998) Dissolving 'Crystal Cathedral' View of Precipitation with TRMM".
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
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Datasets used in this visualization
TRMMID: 109Collected with PR 1998/08/22
TRMMID: 111Collected with VIRS 1998/08/22
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