Voxler takes your raw and complex geologic, borehole, point cloud, and GIS data and models it in a rich, interactive, 3D visual environment that generates stunning models that speak for themselves. Scientist and stakeholders alike will be impressed with the astonishing ease that it takes to get up and running with Voxler and the quality of models that are efficiently fabricated. The updated, easy-to-understand user interface allows you to quickly visualize and examine the robustness of your data in 3D. With exceptional data compatibility, importing multiple data types and formats into Voxler is fast and easy.
Voxler combines a multitude of data sources into
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A Voxler isosurface extends the concept of the contour line (a line of constant data value in two dimensions) to display a surface of constant data value in three dimensions. Combine multiple Isosurfaces color-coded by data value to show discrete values through a 3D grid.
Isosurfaces display surfaces of constant data value.
A rendered volume assigns a color and transparency value to every element in the 3D grid. Add a ClipPlane to display a slice through the volume at any angle.
A rendered volume displays a color for every element
in the 3D grid.
Contours display lines of constant data value along a plane. For a 3D grid, the plane can be oriented at any angle.
Add contours along a plane at any
angle through a 3D grid.
A height field displays data values as colors for a 2D grid, a 2D orthogonal slice of a uniform 3D grid, or along a 2D curvilinear lattice. The data magnitude is also depicted by the amount of displacement above or below the slice. The displacement is perpendicular to the plane or curvilinear lattice and is adjusted by the scale factor.
The height field displays data
values from an orthogonal slice
Stream lines are used to display the path of particles through a velocity field, the distribution of velocities of a medium in 3D space. Different colors indicate the magnitude of the velocities.
Stream lines indicate particle
paths through a vortex.
A vector plot displays lines or arrows indicating the direction and magnitude indicated by the components of a 3D grid or point data set. The magnitude of the vectors is shown by length and color.
A scatter plot displays symbols at the XYZ location specified in the data file. If the data file has a value at each data point, specify different colors for different data values.
A scatter plot displays symbols
for the data sampled in boreholes.
Add a clip plane to any graphic to remove the portion on one side of the clip plane. Add multiple clip planes at different angles to display the area of interest without obstruction.
Clip planes remove a portion of a
graphic to display the sections
Use annotation and text to add textual information to a plot. Annotation is used to display textual information positioned at the specified screen coordinates. Text is used to display textual information anchored at data XYZ coordinates.
This animation shows how text
moves when the graphic is rotated.
Add axes to a plot to display the XYZ coordinate ranges. Axes are color-coded to identify each direction. Change the plane of the axis labels the axis and rotate the labels around a point centered at each tick mark.
Display axes on a plot to show the X, Y, and Z
The bounding box is a part of a plot that shows the limits of the XYZ data ranges. It is a good way to show the ranges when the settings produce a graphic that does not cover the entire range, as for some isosurfaces. It also provides a good reference system to orient the graphic output.
The isosurface on the left is difficult to interpret
without any reference points.
Voxler can take scattered XYZC data (XYZ coordinates with a data value C) and produce a uniform 3D grid using Inverse Distance, and Local Polynomial gridding methods. It also can calculate a large number of Data Metrics within the specified search radii, including minimum, maximum, median, mean, quartiles, standard deviation, variance, count, density, and distance to nearest and farthest point.
Voxler takes XYZC data (black) and calculates a
uniform 3D grid (purple)
Voxler provides a number of computational options including filters for eliminating duplicate data points, removing data points based on the X, Y, Z, or data values, calculating normal, distance-weighted, Gaussian averaging, data metrics, and image processing. Other computational modules calculate gradient, grid math with up to three 3D grid files, merge up to five 3D grid files, resample, subset, and transform operations.
Lighting options include ambient light, camera headlight, directional, point, and spot lights with settings for color, intensity and direction. Use the graphical Dragger tool to aim and position directional, point, and spot lights.
Use the Dragger tool (shown in the upper portion of
Voxler features an improved print dialog with a print preview that is especially helpful when printing graphics that cover several pages. Dont guess at how many pages a large plot will need! View the page requirements in the dialog preview. Print everything, or just the current view. Control image quality, add antialiasing to smooth a print out, and print the background color as needed.
Control your printed output with precision and ease.
Voxler implements a modern user interface with dockable and floating windows and toolbars. The Network window graphically displays the connections between data and output, and Properties window lists the settings specified for each module.
The Voxler user interface consists of windows and
toolbars that are docked
The Voxler Network window graphically displays the modules (input data, computational, graphic output, info) and their connections. LED lights display green, yellow, or red to indicate the status of the module. Click on a module to select it and to display its settings in the Properties window.
The Network window presents a graphical display of
The Properties window lists the settings for the selected module with edit boxes, sliders, and buttons for changing the settings.
The Properties window displays a list of the settings
The Module Library shows a list of available modules and commands in an accessible format. The window is docked by default, and drag the title bar to float the window.
The Module Library lists the available modules.
Toolbars and windows are docked to the Voxler application window by default, or drag the title bar to a new location to float the windows in any position.
Detach the menu bar, toolbars, and windows to
Voxler imports a wide variety of data types including the following:
Voxler supports all the major bitmap file formats for exporting images, including the following: