It is true that 3D visualization is an important tool not only for game developers and directors, who shoot 3D movie, but also for scientists.
If you want to demonstrate the important discoveries and use only numbers or dry facts, you should know that sometimes it is not enough. In the same time, comparison of results of experiments not always represents a complete scientific picture. As a rule, theoretical justification requires a visual complement. This is a reason why a large number of the academic reports or demonstrations supplemented with data visualization. The OpenGL library holds a special place in the list of programs for visualizing. In addition, it is used in video games. The interface has more than 250 functions for drawing three-dimensional scenes. The program demonstrates highest results in computer hardware that works with graphics accelerators.
Availability of scientific results in 3D makes dream of many scientists about public dissemination of science come true. Photos from different informative publications are unique and gorgeous. Moreover, they can be a rendering of real scene of social or natural character, not necessary to be a true photo.
In the scientific field, 3D visualization provides illustrative examples of specific weather data, current sea level rise, life of ants or recording of the brain’s activity of some animals.
In addition, we always can see the visualization of social events, which helps us to understand better each other or to see percentage of unconscious actions in society.
New methods of studying genome in real-time operation mode being recognized as effective in the whole world. They make the internal structure of the human more available for everyone who is interested in studying genome.
Finally, 3D rendering makes science more progressive and convenient for scientists and expands their range of interests, so we cannot but rejoice.