As the premier distributed cyberinfrastructure for open scientific research in the United States, XSEDE delivers digital resources – supercomputers, visualization systems, high-throughput systems, data collections, science gateways, and more.
IPV is an interactive protein visualizer based on a ray-tracing engine. Targeting high quality images and ease of interaction, IPV uses the latest GPU computing acceleration techniques, combined with natural user interfaces such as Kinect and Wiimotes.
HPDIC2013 is a forum for professionals involved in data intensive computing and high performance computing. The goal of this workshop is to bridge the gap between theory and practice in the field of high performance data intensive computing and bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry working on high performance data intensive computing technologies.
Christie HoloStation is a compact, personal visualization solution. It’s composed of projection displays, screens, tracking and interactive technology. This compact workstation displays up to 15 megapixels of data in a 3D stereoscopic and interactive tracked environment.
By serendipity this visual computing experiment led to a visualization of colorful structures that evolve from the parallel propagation of errors on a graphics processing unit (GPU).
For more than 100 years after the 1898 opening of the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, an admission ticket gave museum-goers access to some of the country’s master works in painting, sculpture and iconography
How is visualization key to sustainable living? Read IEEE Computer Society CG&A’s article and find out. A special offer for Siggraph Asia attendees from IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications!
NVIDIA Maximus technology allows professionals to process compute-heavy tasks at their desks while simultaneously serving up visually demanding graphics.
This workshop aims at addressing this pressing issue by fostering communication between visualization researchers and the users of visualization. Attendees will be introduced to the latest and greatest research innovations in large data visualization, and also learn how these innovations impact scientific supercomputing and discovery process.