Tuesday, November 18, 2008


In the second part of this article we saw the coverflow effect. In this third part we'll see what happens when we move the mouse near to one of the thumbnails.

Two arrow controls appear. They let us browse the internal pages of a document. In the case of a spectrum, the pages can correspond to some important details or to user comments. Alternatively the user may choose to change the display mode. In our example, the integrals are shown on the first page only, the peak frequencies on the second page only.

In practice, the computer has automatically generated a slideshow presentation for you. This becomes very useful indeed when you want to browse your spectra of yesteryear, or when your boss asks you how are things going and you obviously have no time to prepare a PowerPoint presentation.

If you click the above pictures you can see them at their natural size.


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