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Wiggleview on the drawing board

Wiggleview on the drawing board; image contributed by Paul Morin, April 2002

The initial idea was to have a network of seismometers placed over topography and displaying real-time data.

The IRIS network responds to the 1999 Turkey quake

Snapshot of Wiggleview demoed at the IRIS meeting, June 2002.

For the 14th Annual IRIS workshop, we showed a visualization where the IRIS network responded to the 1999 Turkey earthquake. See report.
Wiggleview at the Scripps booth, AGU Dec 2002.
Wiggleview on display at the Scripps booth at AGU, Dec 2002.
Wiggleview was at the AGU poster session and at the IRIS booth. The Scripps Geowall also used it at AGU. See report.
Wiggleview on the Perspectile.
Wiggleview on a 15 node tiled display at EVL, Mar 2003.
Wiggleview can be displayed on a tiled display. EVL's Perspectile is a linux cluster, that drives 15 LCD screens.

 

Working with seismologists Debi Kilb to understand seismoglyphs, Apr 2003.
Working with seismologists Debi Kilb to understand seismoglyphs, Apr 2003.

The 'Perspectile' is a 15 node cluster driving LCD screens. Each screen depicts a 'seismoglyph' for data recorded at a station. See more..