3D visualisation allows the three-dimensional real world to be viewed and understood in context, with information, data layers, interactions, changes, recorded and unfolding events, causes and effects seen in natural contexts in easily understood representations without the need to extrapolate from often confusing compressed two-dimensional data layers and representations.
The use of immersive 3D engines for visualisation provides a plethora of opportunities and functionality for visualisation, simulation, interaction and immersion. Introducing time and timeliness of data as another element to a 2D or 3D visualisation. Seeing change over time from every perspective is only really possible with a 3D visualisation.
The use of 3D visualization technologies is fast becoming the de-facto method of presenting complex data and information to end users. Many industries, such as education and training and their use of deep immersive simulations, and medicine and health and the dynamic visualization of patient scan results, illustrate the power and benefit of 3D visualization technologies.
3DEO believe that using 3D visualisation to present and explore complex real-world scenarios, where multiple data layers are combined, and pertinent analysis of those layers is added, is the only realistic way to empower the end users and provide the best possible insight.
Here are just two examples of how 3D visualisation can be deployed in key real-world scenarios, where the significantly increased insight can add value, save costs, and maybe save lives.