Remote sensing involves the acquisition of data in terms of images, point clouds and so on. One of the major challenges with remote sensing datasets is managing and understanding the massive amounts of data that is collected. In many instances, scientists acquire data for the same region using varied sensing devices. Scientists would like to fuse and examine this data acquired from different sensing devices to further explore the region under investigation. Immersive visualization has emerged as an ideal solution for three-dimensional exploration of multimodal remote sensing data. The ability to manipulate data interactively in true 3D (using stereo) with interfaces designed specifically for the immersive environment can significantly speed up the exploration process. We have developed a visualization platform that facilitates the fusion of multiple modalities of remote sensing data and allows a scientist to learn more about the data obtained from different sensing devices. It is currently being used in research labs at Idaho State University and at the Idaho National Labs.
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Gertman, Vanessa; Olsoy, Peter; Glenn, Nancy; and Joshi, Alark. (2012). "RSVP: Remote Sensing Visualization Platform for Data Fusion". IEEE Virtual Reality Workshop on Immersive Visualization 2012, .