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Published on Feb 21, 2008
SRC Video Report 110b (Marc A. Najork & Marc H. Brown). Copyright Digital Equipment Corporation 1992. Uploaded with permission.
This video shows a variety of 3D interactive graphics techniques for visualizing programs. The third dimension provides an extra degree of freedom for conveying information, much as color adds to black-and-white images, animation adds to static images, and sound adds to silent animations. The examples in this video illustrate three fundamental uses of 3D: for providing additional information about objects that are intrinsically two-dimensional, for uniting multiple views, and for capturing a history of execution. The application of dynamic three-dimensional graphics to program visualization is largely unexplored.