This is an initial attempt to create a surface (that isn’t a cuboid) purely through procedural means. It was supposed to be a sphere, but the normals are still incorrect at the moment. (Actually, it was accidentally rendered inside-out, but I think I know why…)
Three-dimensional high velocity structures beneath East Asia from 50 km to 1000 km depth viewed from the southeast. Surface topography with vertical exaggeration is superimposed for geographic references. Isosurfaces of high velocity anomalies in percent referenced to a one-dimensional earth model (STW105) at each depth are plotted from 1% to 4% with 1% interval.
Tomographic PIV: Locust Wake “Tomographic PIV measurement of the wake of a desert locust flying in a wind tunnel. Sensitive sCMOS cameras and a strong laser allowed a large measurement volume of 200 x 200 x 50 mm³ resulting in about 400 x 400 x 60 instantaneous vectors.”
CitcomS Thermo-Chemical Convection for the Mantle “The temperature cross section and a composition isosurface are shown. A dense chemical layer is at the base of the mantle initially. As the layer heats up and convection develops, the layer gets entrained into the ambient mantle.”