Context-dependent visualization

ShopStrip_PosDepParticlesThere is a variety of ways objects or other phenomena in an environmental system could be visualized in a context-dependent manner. In this example particles (stylized plants) are differently coloured depending on local density: Plants that are surrounded by many neighbours are tinted red, whereas those that grow in low density are tinted green. EVO routines have been developed that combine kernel (image-analysis) functions with querying particle properties spatially explicitely to provide context-dependent colour patterns.