Author: Stefan

Christmas Card 2019

Welcome, and Merry Christmas from Bergen! This is the UiB VisGroup interactive Christmas card of 2019. This year, we were inspired by the days of our youths (some of us, that is) spent in front of CRT computer screens playing video games. The days when 256 colors were a luxury and a resolution of 320

Visual Exploration of Road Traffic for Sensor Data Fusion

Abstract Evaluating the reliability of sensors represents an important basis for designing stand-alone modules that should provide real-time traffic monitoring. In this project we aim to assess reliability of infrared and radar sensors for detecting persons and vehicles in daily traffic. To enable such observation we also provide constant video surveillance data, which represents a

View of Multiple Unfolded Protein Tunnels by Aggregation

Abstract In protein dynamics, it is important to explore the accessibility of the reaction site of the protein over time. Reaction site inside the protein is usually approachable by the protein tunnel. In the paper is described a 2D representation of the tunnel, which is a result of the parametrization process of 3D mesh representation

Tree Diagram Representation of  Unfolded Protein Tunnels

Abstract In protein dynamics, it is important to explore the accessibility of the reaction site of the protein over time. Reaction site inside the protein is usually approachable by the protein tunnel. In the paper is described a 2D representation of the tunnel, which is a result of a parametrization process of 3D mesh representation

Protein Tunnel Reprojection for Physico-Chemical Property Analysis

Abstract Cavities are crucial for interactions of proteins with other molecules. While a variety of different cavity types exists, tunnels, in particular, play an important role, as they enable a ligand to deeply enter the active site of a protein where chemical reactions can undergo. Consequently, domain scientists are interested in understanding properties relevant for

Comparative Visualization of Protein Secondary Structures

Abstract Protein function is determined by many factors, namely by its constitution, spatial arrangement, and dynamic behaviour. Studying these factors helps the biochemists and biologists to better understand the protein behaviour and to design proteins with modified properties. One of the most common approaches to these studies is to compare the protein structure with other

VisGroup 10 Year Anniversary

Friday the 20th of October, the visualization group at the Department of Informatics celebrated their 10th year anniversary with a poster, event, and video.