Latest Scientific visualization Stories
Phase I effort focused on resolving bottlenecks in ultrascale visualization to support interactive exploration of massive datasets Clifton Park, NY (Vocus/PRWEB) March 15, 2011 As datasets in scientific computing grow exponentially, the challenge becomes analyzing and obtaining insight from the data.
For scientists, supernovae are true superstars -- massive explosions of huge, dying stars that shine light on the shape and fate of the universe.
By Anne Eisenberg People share their videos on YouTube and their photos at Flickr. Now they can share graphs, charts and other illustrations they create to help them analyze data buried in spreadsheets, tables or text.
New technology at Tufts University's Center for Scientific Visualization is enabling researchers to translate the most abstract, complex scientific concepts into clearer, more precise 3-dimensional images than conventional visualization systems can create.
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