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Immersive Visualization Bootcamp, March 25-27, 2013

March 25, 2013 @ 12:00 am

The Advanced Visualization Lab at Indiana University, in cooperation with the Center for Advanced Energy Studies at the Idaho National Laboratory, the University of Wyoming and Kitware Inc. are pleased to announce a series of training camps on the use of immersive visualization software for virtual reality displays, including CAVE-style systems as well as single-screen tracked displays. The first bootcamp will be March 25-27 in Indianapolis. Space is limited to 25 people to maximize hands-on time.The cost will be $200/person to cover food and minor expenses. Planned topics include: * General Purpose Vis (Immersive ParaView) * Point-cloud data (LidarViewer) * Volume Rendering (Toirt Samhlaigh) * Molecular viewer (VMD) * Model Viewer (OpenSceneGraph) * Data Importers/Converters for selected tools * System configuration * Low-cost Immersive Systems * Human Computer Interface considerations * Workflow examples at INL * Interaction capabilities * Supported Input devices Further information on location, accommodations, contact, and registration is at http://iq-station.org/bootcamp.html The second bootcamp will be held at the University of Wyoming in the May/June timeframe. The material presented in both locations will follow the same syllabus. There will be a mix of Linux and Windows applications, though at the moment, much of the free applications are Linux-based, so it will be a little slanted in that direction, but they keep it as balanced as they can.


March 25, 2013
12:00 am
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