Solving problems which seem to be too large to tackle is simulations specialty of sorts. Using technology to simulate real life situations that would otherwise be impossible (or too costly) to create is the main goal of problem solving simulations. This type of technology can assist flood prone areas, solve murder mysteries and also manage the earth’s growing and shrinking populations of people and animals. As a general rule, if you have a problem that is too large to solve, simulation should be an integral part of formulating an answer.
Flood mapping visualization:
Flood mapping visualizations are particularly important in town planning, property buying and of course, the general well being of large populations. By using technology to simulate which areas will be affected by large scale flooding, this type of visualization is integral to effective town planning and preventing mass devastation in populated areas.
Solving crimes can be assisted by augmenting reality to create a scene that may provide evidence for a trial. These types of everyday simulations are used in instances such as forensic crime scene reproductions and recreation of bone fragments to test for injury placement and effects. In this instance, simulation is used to create something that otherwise would not be possible, benefiting criminal trials and jury decisions.
Culminating survey data into visual data maps, population mapping is a form of simulation that turns people into numbers and then back into people again. Population mapping simulates the population of the world, allowing for data collation on a very broad scale. This sort of simulation assists creating accurate poverty reports, mapping population density and room for possible population growth.