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Carbon shell (1024^3) simulation: fly-through movie

Here is a fly through movie along one of the horizontal dimension of the data cube of one snapshot. This movie shows one vertical slice of the data after the other. It resembles the traditional movie which steps through time for a single vertical slices of the data. The similarity between the two types of movie is due to the isotropy of statistical steady state turbulence in space-time (See e.g. "The Theory of Homogeneous Turbulence", G. K. Batchelor, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1953)

MPEG-4 video icon MagVelo_Slice.mp4 — MPEG-4 video, 28.44 MB (29817837 bytes)