A cone tree is a hierarchical data tree designed to be displayed in three dimensions, in an immersive simulation. Branches from any node are spread out in a cone. This allows a denser layout than traditional 2-dimensional diagrams, and requires 3D graphical generation as opposed to monitor display, in order to successfully navigate.
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The tree of poisons is an interesting specimen, defending itself with a poisonous vapour, that kills everything else for miles downwind of the tree...
The barnacle tree is a strange one. Sprouting barnacles from it's branches, it offers life to a strange breed of bird, that crawls from these barnacle wombs.
There is no better explanation of how players interact, and form meaningful social bonds with each other inside a virtual world than this true story. Read it.
It's a novel concept, creating an elaborate VR world with painstaking detail then primarily only giving access to it through the pages of a dead-tree printed book. However, that is just what Antonio Serrato-Combe, professor of architecture at the University of Utah, did.
Walking through the orchard on a warm summer day, the smells of nature in your nostrils, the soft padding of grass underfoot, you reach up a hand, and grab a juicy red apple from a tree, plucking it delicately. You bring it to your nose and smell the fragrance, then you bite into it. It is like chewing rubber. Completely tasteless. No juice, no sweet flesh, you cannot even detect it in your mouth.
Shrek is a lovably disgusting ogre, who lives alone in a swamp he calls home, in a rotting tree stump, covered with moss, and a lot of far worse things. He is mean, he is nasty, and he is alone.
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You've heard about flower power. What about tree power? It turns out that it's there, in small but measurable quantities. There's enough power in trees for University of Washington researchers to run an electronic circuit, according to r...
The eyes are marvelous instruments for converting outside reality into images lodged inside our brains. A new study of the retina, the light-sensitive region at the back of the eye, solves a mystery as to why the images we see are so sharp....
Disney and Google have announced Walt Disney World Resort in 3-D.
All four theme parks and more than 20 Disney Resort hotels of the Orlando, Florida, tourist destination have been placed on Google Earth.
University College London (UCL) neuroscientists have found that there is a simple pattern that describes the tree-like shape of all neurons.
Neurons look remarkably like trees, and connect to other cells with many branches th...
Supporting Los Alamos National Laboratory's role in the international Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) consortium, researchers are using the Roadrunner supercomputer to analyze vast quantities of genetic sequences from HIV in...