What is thereitis?

Thereitis comes at the end of a 10 year search for ways to display large collections of visual data which leverages the human ability to detect objects of interest in clusters of related data. It presents large collections of data in the form of images or icons in a 3-dimensional array organized about axes of relevance. Scanning large collections of visual data, users are able to detect clusters of the type of objects they are looking for - often in their peripheral vision. They then focus on the general area to further refine their visual search until frequently they announce 'there it is!' Our studies to-date show an average 80% reduction in search and find times. Thereitis supports an array of 4 or more dimensions of information using a 3-dimensional compression algorithm to remove void space. It preserves the structural relationship between the data objects while optimising the viewing volume.
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