ICCE 2022

How to Cite

INTERACTIVE VISUALIZATION FOR COASTAL HAZARDS. (2023). Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 37, management.190.


Augmented reality (AR) is a technology that integrates 3D virtual objects into the physical world in real-time, while virtual reality (VR) is a technology that immerses users in an interactive 3D virtual environment. The fast development of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies has reshaped how people interact with the physical world. This presentation will outline the results from two unique AR and one Web-based VR coastal engineering projects, motivating the next stage in the development of the augmented reality package for coastal students, engineers, and planners.


Kim, Dae-Hong, Patrick J. Lynett, and Scott A. Socolofsky. "A depth-integrated model for weakly dispersive, turbulent, and rotational fluid flows." Ocean Modelling 27, no. 3-4 (2009): 198-214.

Lynett, Patrick, Maile McCann, Zili Zhou, Willington Renteria, Jose Borrero, Dougal Greer, Ofa Fa’anunu et al. "Diverse Tsunamigenesis Triggered by the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai Eruption." Nature (2022): 1-2.

Son, Sangyoung, Patrick J. Lynett, and Dae-Hong Kim. "Nested and multi-physics modeling of tsunami evolution from generation to inundation." Ocean Modelling 38, no. 1-2 (2011): 96-113.

Tavakkol, Sasan, and Patrick Lynett. "Celeris: A GPU-accelerated open source software with a Boussinesq-type wave solver for real-time interactive simulation and visualization." Computer Physics Communications 217 (2017): 117-127.

Tavakkol, Sasan, and Patrick Lynett. "Celeris Base: An interactive and immersive Boussinesq-type nearshore wave simulation software." Computer Physics Communications 248 (2020): 106966.

Tavakkol, Sasan, Sangyoung Son, and Patrick Lynett. "Adaptive third order Adams-Bashforth time integration for extended Boussinesq equations." Computer Physics Communications 265 (2021): 108006.

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright (c) 2023 Zili Zhou, Patrick Lynett, Behzad Ebrahimi