31-Jan-2010 Gled-1.3.1:GreedWorld technology demo
9-Feb-2009 Gled-1.3.0-rc1:GreedWorld technology demo
World on the outside of a sphere.
World on the outside of a sphere - closer look.
Close-up on a dragon-fly chopper.
Close-up on an airplane.
World on the outside of a torus.
World on the outside of a torus - closer look.
World on the inside of a torus.
World on the inside of a torus.
World on a flat rectangle.
World on the inside of a sphere.
10-Jun-2005 Gled-1.2.5: ALICE Event Visualization Framework
Primary charged particles in a simulated central lead-lead event.
Simulated particle kinematics and simulated detector hits.
Time Projection Chamber: simulated detector response and reconstructed clusters (yellow). Clusters are found from detector-data and are used for track reconstruction.
Time Projection Chamber: simulated detector hits (blue) also plotted.
Reconstructed tracks (yellow), clusters (magenta) and the simulated kinematics (stippled).
Reconstruction of a neutral particle (short lived kaon) decay. Yellow: reconstructed tracks; stippled: simulated trajectories.
Core of the visualization framework is based on ROOT's I/O and data-analysis tools.
ROOT object browser pointed at Visualization Summary Data file, simulated particle record.
A view of ALICE detector geometry.
Overlaps and extrusions present in current ALICE detector description (marked by red points).
A simulated proton-proton colision resulting in a production of Higgs particle (event generated with Pythia-6).
Toruses coarsened to different number of edges (using GTS library).
A screenshot of a distributed analysis of ALICE simulated data in Grid environment using gLite and PROOF. This application was shown at SuperComputing-2004 conference in Pittsburgh, USA.
DivX capture of a distributed analysis of ALICE simulated data in Grid environment using gLite and PROOF. Key-frame animation is not Gled's strongest point. Yet.
A method call widget.
GTS surfaces generated from formulas.
After some playing with RectTerrains, a GTS surfaces and SMorph.
New capabilites: GL text and gradients imported from
Import of 2D ROOT histograms into RectTerran: application of smoothing and custom color gradient.
An example of a Weaver Symbol using classes WSSeed and WSPoint from Geom1.
An example of a Weaver Symbol.
Full screen containing GL window (Pupil), object browser (FTW_Nest), message output window and some object control windows.
Object browser (FTW_Nest) showing an object graph in link mode, where pointers to objects are represented on the right side of the window.
GL window (Pupil) with some junk (a tree-ordered cluster of Spheres over a RectTerrain and a Rect). Notice transparency ... or sth.
Full-view of an instance of a spherical morph class (SMorph from Geom1 libset).
GL window (Pupil) with an open-ended spherical morph (SMorph) over a rectangular terrain.
Object browser (FTW_Nest) showing an object-graph in custom
mode, where members to be shown can be selected by name. In this
particular case state of nodes in a
Pupil (render window) with a RectTerrain object and a grid of spherical distance minimizators (Spherors coupled to WarmAmoeba minimizator).
Full-view of an instance of SaturnInfo class, representing a node in a hierarchic server-client structure.
GL window (Pupil) showing a RectTerrain and a SMorph in wireframe mode.
GL window (Pupil) showing a RectTerrain and a SMorph in fill mode.