GRAMS 3D Real-time Data Rotation

Unlike simple 3D plotting and rendering packages, GRAM /3D is a true real-time interactive visualisation package. Using an incredibly fast and intelligent 3D graphics engine, GRAMS/3D makes it possible to view large three dimensional data sets from any angle in real-time. Users can see data in a whole new dimension with GRAMS/3D’s zoom capabilities which allow the user to zoom in on data and examine even the smallest features. GRAMS/3D is super fast and updates the display many times per second, even as you zoom and rotate the data.

True 3D Rendering

The display speed of GRAMS/3D makes it practical to utilize the full range of interactive “camera” movements and perspectives. As a true 3D perspective visualization package, GRAMS/3D gives the user a camera eye view as they rotate and zoom around their data. GRAMS/3D offers full control over camera angle and position, movement sensitivity, and perspective distance. Intuitive navigation of the camera with a mouse makes this comprehensive visualization package easy to use.

Workstation Power and Speed

GRAMS/3D brings the power and speed of a workstation to the Windows desktop. GRAMS/3D is capable of animating data sets with millions of data points in real-time with great ease and speed. The secret to GRAMS/3D’s unprecedented real-time graphics speed lies in its highly optimized code design that takes full advantage of Intel’s Pentium processor’s architecture. GRAMS/3D is truly the fastest 3D data visualization package available on the PC today.

See Unseen Information

Using a variety of tools and options, GRAMS/3D can help you see the unseen information hidden in multidimensional data. You can display data in several graphical formats such as wire frame, solid, or contour. Use an assortment of colors as well as banded and gradient color fills to emphasize the subtle differences or similarities in data. Enhance data features with shading and lighting effects to provide the best definition of data and to expose hidden valleys and peaks. GRAMS/3D comes with a Gallery of predesigned popular views, allowing quick selection of the best way to display your data. You can create your own views and add them to the Gallery to use with other data files.

Compare Multiple Data Sets

GRAMS/3D is ideal for examining data from a variety of instrumentation including GC-IR, HPLC-DAS, multidimensional spectroscopy, 2D-NMR, 2D-IR, or spectroscopic mapping experiments. You can compare multifile experiments, such as spectral kinetics and quickly see the differences or similarities. Multiple data sets can be simultaneously compared.

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