|3D to 2D communication
The 3D viewer is able to communicate with the 2D viewer and send slices. By pressing on the send synchronization
event button in the 3D viewer. The viewer sends the slice to the 2D viewer, in where the 2D viewer is able to
synchronize the slices sent. The user can send Xlines, inlines and time slices, as shown.
||GW - 3D Viewer Features
Synchronized display of seismic, layered model data, horizons and
3D visualization of multi-dimensional data along any direction
Data access and selection through any arbitrary key or combination
Overlay any number of heterogeneous datasets (different trace
spacing, time/depth range, etc.) with support for layer ordering and
Flexible annotation to display trace header information
Horizon picking and editing
Synchronized editing of horizons across multiple views
One click navigation through displayed dataset
Powerful broadcast/listening model for synchronization of any view
property, including scale, graphic
attributes, data keys, etc.
Support for saving any view into a template (persistence)
Standalone or web-enabled deployment
Ability to select and view an arbitrary path through the data
Cursor location and cursor tracking across views
Full printing support including CGM output
Extensive zooming capability, including zooming in and out, rubber
zooming, zooming to a full extent
Extensive color map support with color map editing
Well Log as LAS.
||GW - 3D View Visualization
GW3DViewer includes an integrated 3D viewer capable of displaying
inlines, xlines, time slices, arbitrary traverses and probes from one
or multiple data volumes. The display of horizon data is also supported.
Synchronization of events and attributes can be enabled between 2D and
3D views. Multidimensional dataset, including 4D and 5D dataset can also
be viewed using the 3D viewer. Thanks to its unique disk-based random
data access architecture, there is almost no limit to the size of dataset
that can be displayed using the 3D viewer.