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WeatherStudioV2 BETA: Continuous Interpolation of GFS Gridded Data on the Time Axis

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Uploaded on Dec 12, 2011

This video demonstrates a new feature that will be available in WeatherStudioV2.0 which allows the user to interpolate gridded geospatial data along the time axis. The displayed dataset is the GFS 0.5 degree Surface Wind Gust forecast at 27H after 12Z on 12/12/11, but this feature is available for all geospatial animated data in the model data explorer. This feature smoothly interpolates each scalar quantity at a certain position not only among the x and y axes if the user enables smoothing, but also between each temporal grid as the software renders faster than the data frames advance. The video shows the test grid incorporated with a National Radar Reflectivity mosaic and Infrared Satellite image, as well as the toggling of spatial interpolation. Each animated dataset can be reverted into discrete form at the click of a button. Although this video only presents a slowed 10-15FPS display due to video capture software, much faster refresh rates (30+FPS) are easily achieved on entry-level consumer graphics hardware and will almost always have a more fluid appearance in actual usage situations than in this video.

This is beta footage from an unreleased version of WeatherStudio as of December 2011.

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