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Vol-a-Tile
developers: Shalini Venkataraman, Andrew Johnson, Jason Leigh, Luc Renambot, Nicholas Schwarz

url: http://www.evl.uic.edu/cavern/optiputer/volatile.html

funding: NSF

The Vol-a-Tile system is a volume visualization tool for large-scale, time-series scientific datasets rendered on high resolution scalable displays.

The datasets can be dynamically processed and retrieved from remote data stores over optical networks using OptiStore - a system that filters raw volumemetric data and produces a secquence of visual objects such as isosurfaces or voxels.

Vol-a-Tile focuses on very large volumetric data and time-dependant simulation results, such as ultra high resolution seismic data and microscopy data. The Vol-a-Tile is an application of the OptIPuter.

start date: 01/01/2002
end date: 12/31/2002

contact: spiff @ evl.uic.edu


Vol-a-Tile displaying the ARAD seismic experiment dataset

image provided by L. Renambot, EVL

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