The hololens is here! Welcome to week 2 of the future, with augmented/mixed reality.
This week, a bit of basic 3D data visualization as we begin to explore the power of the Hololens…
Some additional notes:
- More details of the data shown in part (1) can be found in Time-resolved imaging of purely valence-electron dynamics during a chemical reaction, P. Hockett, C. Z. Bisgaard, O. J. Clarkin, A. Stolow, Nature Physics 7, 612-615 (2011)
(See, in particular, the Supplementary Material)
- More details of the data shown in part (2) can be found in Maximum Information Photoelectron Metrology, Hockett, P., Lux, C., Wollenhaupt, M. & Baumert, T., Phys. Rev. A, 92, 013412 (2015) – also available on the arXiv.
- Figure2xhtml for converting Matlab figures to 3D xml can be found here.
- 3D data for part (1) and part (2), in .fbx format.