I want to get my curvature volumes and time slices to appear 3 dimensional; can I change the Z-axis in VuPak someway to display the values for curvature to give the time slices depth and appear as if they are 3D?
I know Vupak displays surveys in a 3D brick volume, but I just want the values of a specific time slice to show depth and essentially appear 3D.
I tried to convert my amplitudes to time with a simple math calculation of maximum curvature and this did not create depth in the display on Vupak, even after I stretched the Z-axis. Or do I just need to convert the whole amplitude brick volume to time by using the simple math calculation and then use that brick volume and create attributes from it?