This gallery contains examples of the many things you can do with
A Simple Demo
The standard demo of
bewegung, with different fonts and logo.
This video shows a density distribution of 70 years of earthquakes, from 1950-01-01 to 2020-04-30, plotted “into” a rotating 3D sphere - the earth. It includes a total 3,809,839 events. The depth of the hypocenters is exaggerated by a factor of 6. Earthquake data was retrieved from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) on 2020-04-30. Coastal contours were retrieved from OpenSteetMap: Copyright © OpenStreetMap contributors / Open Database License 1.0.
Asteroid Discovery 1980-2020
This video is inspired by (and essentially a remake of) Asteroid Discovery From 1980 - 2010 by Scott Manley. The video shows the discovery of asteroids over time. “New” asteroids are highlighted for one second and then added to the background density plot. The inner four planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars - are always visible. The gas giant Jupiter can occasionally be seen moving through the edges of the frame. Orbital elements were retrieved from the Minor Planet Center on 2020-09-14. Ephemerides were computed from the orbital elements using poliastro.
Density Wave Theory
The density wave theory by Lin & Shu (1964) provides an explanation for stable arms of spiral galaxies. It is also an interesting and widely used theme for visualizations. The above example contains 10 million stars and highlights the secret location of Magrathea.