AFRAME : a video animation capability for displaying FINDIF numerical model output
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This report describes the development of a facility for recording time-varying computer graphics on video tape. The primary purpose of the facility is to produce animation sequences of ocean and seafloor acoustic wave fields from output of the synthetic seismogram numerical model FINDIF, and to record them on convenient portable VHS video tapes. The facility utilizes a suite of computer programs called AFRAME, and an Abekas model A60 digital video disk which is connected to the modeling computer and to broadcast quality video recording equipment.
Suggested CitationWorking Paper: Little, William S., Stephen, Ralph A., "AFRAME : a video animation capability for displaying FINDIF numerical model output", 1995-07, DOI:10.1575/1912/8072, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8072
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