Line Integral Convolution Techniques
- Imaging Vector Fields Using Line Integral Convolution by Brian Cabral Leith (Casey) Leedom
- Animating Flowfields: Rendering of Oriented Line Integral Convolution
- Lagrangian-Eulerian Advection of Noise and Dye Textures for Unsteady Flow Visualization by Bruno Jobard, Gordon Erlebacher, and M. Yousuff Hussaini.
- Fluid simulation based on dye texture advection.
- Magnetic dipole simulation based on white noise texture advection.
- f(x) = (-y, x) animation based on white noise texture advection.
- f(x) = (-y, x) 2D Canvas based line integral convolution.
- f(x) = (-y, x) 2D Canvas based oriented line integral convolution.
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