The human vision is a complex process consisting of four different movements. Active visualization is the only method that covers most of these eye movements. It helps the visualizer establish a better connection with image generation.
While active vision tries to recreate a model from the images, dynamic visualization is oriented towards shaping ideas from an already known model. The process provides users with the needed tools to have complete control over creating the visuals.
The set of visualization technics that fall under active visualization aid scientists in interpreting results and complex models. With sophisticated digital technologies available, the active visualization technics aid research and education.