The force fields used in molecular computational biology are not mathematically defined in such a way that their representation
would facilitate a straightforward application of volume visualization techniques. To visualize energy, it is necessary
to define a spatial mapping for these fields. Equipped with such a mapping, we can generate volume renderings of the internal energy states of a molecule. We describe our force field, the spatial mapping that we use for energy, and the visualizations that we produce from this mapping. We provide images and animations that offer insight into the computational behavior of the energy optimization algorithms that we employ.