Virtual Reality for Sensor Data Visualization and Analysis

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BALTABAYEV, Artur, Alexej GLUSCHKOW, Johannes BLANK, Gero BIRKHÖLZER, Jean BÜSCHE, Martin KERN, Fabian KLOPFER, Lisa-Maria MAYER, Gabriel SCHEIBLER, Karsten KLEIN, Falk SCHREIBER, Björn SOMMER, 2018. Virtual Reality for Sensor Data Visualization and Analysis. IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging 2018 : The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018. Burlingame, USA, Jan 28, 2018 - Feb 2, 2018. In: DOLINSKY, Margaret, ed. and others. The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018, 451. eISSN 2470-1173. Available under: doi: 10.2352/ISSN.2470-1173.2018.03.ERVR-451

@inproceedings{Baltabayev2018Virtu-43013, title={Virtual Reality for Sensor Data Visualization and Analysis}, year={2018}, doi={10.2352/ISSN.2470-1173.2018.03.ERVR-451}, booktitle={The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018}, editor={Dolinsky, Margaret}, author={Baltabayev, Artur and Gluschkow, Alexej and Blank, Johannes and Birkhölzer, Gero and Büsche, Jean and Kern, Martin and Klopfer, Fabian and Mayer, Lisa-Maria and Scheibler, Gabriel and Klein, Karsten and Schreiber, Falk and Sommer, Björn}, note={Article Number: 451} }

Mayer, Lisa-Maria Schreiber, Falk 2018-08-08T08:54:00Z Kern, Martin Gluschkow, Alexej Baltabayev, Artur 2018-08-08T08:54:00Z 2018 Büsche, Jean eng Virtual Reality for Sensor Data Visualization and Analysis Blank, Johannes Scheibler, Gabriel Klopfer, Fabian Klopfer, Fabian Baltabayev, Artur Sommer, Björn Mayer, Lisa-Maria Klein, Karsten Büsche, Jean The visualization and analysis of sensor data is an important aspect of geovisualization, and Virtual Reality-related technology is increasingly used in this context. Here we present the results of a student project which supports users in recording data (such as environment temperature, humidity and light intensity) with a Texas Instruments SensorTag<sup>®</sup> and subsequently visualizing the data on a smartphone using mobile Virtual Reality technology. The project resulted in two different applications, which both employ a 2D component for data localization and recording, as well as a 3D component to explore the data on a smartphone. In this paper, we describe our results and summarize our experiences regarding the creation and usage of such software and mobile VR environments. Scheibler, Gabriel Birkhölzer, Gero Kern, Martin Gluschkow, Alexej Schreiber, Falk Birkhölzer, Gero Blank, Johannes Sommer, Björn terms-of-use Klein, Karsten

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