ALYSSA A. GOODMAN
3D PDF in Scientific Publishing
This page has been created, as a repository for links to a variety of descriptions of the technology used in the paper: A role for self-gravity at multiple length scales in the process of star formation, by Alyssa A. Goodman, Erik W. Rosolowsky, Michelle A. Borkin, Jonathan B. Foster, Michael Halle, Jens Kauffmann & Jaime E. Pineda, which appeared in Nature on January 1, 2009 (Vol 457, doi:10.1038/nature07609).Movies
A 6-minute description of the motivation for the "Astronomical Medicine" project, within the context of the mission of the Initiative in Innovative Computing at Harvard. Additional movies and animations from the A-M project are also online here.
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Seeing Stars Perseus in 3-D, Harvard Magazine, May-June, 2009.
Gravity's Growing Role in the 'Starry Night', The Christian Science Monitor, January 2, 2009.
Nature Publishes PDF With 3D Interactive Images, Information Today, Inc., January 5, 2009
New Visualization Techniques Yield Star Formation Insights, Space Daily, January 5, 2009
Nature moves into 3D publishing, The Register, UK, January 6, 2009Blogs and Online References
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