October 1st, 2006
Categories: Applications, Devices, Networking, Software, Tele-Immersion, Visualization, VR
The research outlined in this paper marks an initial global cooperative effort between visualization and collaboration researchers to build a persistent virtual visualization facility linked by ultra-high-speed optical networks.
The goal is to enable the comprehensive and synergistic research and development of the necessary hardware, software and interaction techniques to realize the next generation of end-user tools for scientists to collaborate on the global Lambda Grid. This paper outlines some of the visualization research projects that were demonstrated at the iGrid 2005 workshop in San Diego, California.
Leigh, J., Renambot, L., Johnson, A., Jeong, B., Jagodic, R., Schwarz, N., Svistula, D., Singh, R., Aguilera, J., Wang, X., Vishwanatha, V., Lopez Silva, B.A., Sandin, D., Peterka, T., Girado, J., Kooima, R., Gea, J., Long, L., Verlo, A., DeFanti, T., Brown, M., Cox, D., The Global Lambda Visualization Facility: An International Ultra-High-Definition Wide-Area Visualization Collaboratory, Future Generation Computer Systems, vol 22, no 8, Elsevier, pp. 964-971, October 1st, 2006.