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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2011
The video shows a complex 3D environment which plays host to a predator-prey fish behaviour model. The environment is represented by a complex surface that varies over X, Y and Z and defines the limits of where the modelled fish can swim. The fish themselves (with predators shown as large purple objects and prey shown as small white objects) have time-varying behaviour which means that each fish feature varies in X, Y, Z and time.
The video shows a dynamic view of the fish model as it progresses through time. Note how the fish move continuously through time rather than by fixed time steps and how the fish tracks avoid passing through the solid environment.