Automatic Navigation in 3D Geological Virtual Environments

Oltion Fociro, Jeton Pekmezi

Abstract


With the increased need for information in the field of geology, it became increasingly necessary to use technological tools, such as Virtual 3D modeling. What does it mean geological modeling? Geological modeling or geomodelling is an applied science which creates computer representations of certain parts of the earth's crust based on geophysical and geological surveys carried out under the ground surface. Geological data typically characterized by three dimensionality, multi-z, and multi-level [1]. These three essential features, although coexistent not necessarily constitute strong point processing geological. They should actually be the result of the full integration of the various components that determine spatial geological structures. Three dimensional modeling of geological bodies is an important feature of geosciences and one of the key technological tools for building digital mining. In recent years, the increasing demand of 3D geological simulation information on mining, geology and environment in the development of modeling and 3D visualization of geosciences is very fast.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n1s1p513


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