In addition to all classical tools for traditional horizon interpretation, an unlimited number of horizons, also called "horizon stack", can be obtained from the geologic time model. It enables a continuous stratal-slicing throughout the seismic volume for data recognition, detection of prospect leads or comprehension of reservoir architecture at a fine scale. Horizon flattening options are also available.
Understand the depositional history of a region at different geologic ages by flattening the seismic volume according to a single horizon. The flattening can be applied on the fly and is fully interactive with the rest of the viewers. Moreover, flattening on a horizon stack becomes a powerful way to dynamically remove structural and deformation effects and understand stratigraphic deposits at different geological ages.
- Real time flattening from a single horizon
- Dynamic flattening from stratal-slices
- Interactive between seismic and flattened domain
- Interpret in the flattened space