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Using High-Resolution Visualization over Optical Networks Luc Renambot, Byungil Jeong Jason Leigh, Andrew Johnson Electronic Visualization Laboratory University of Illinois at Chicago Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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LambdaVision: 105Mpixel Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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LambdaVision and SAGE software Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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LambdaTable • LambdaTable: 5x3 tiled display, 20Mpixels • Enable exploration of new user interfaces and user studies • Coupled to camera tracking Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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Previous Studies • Users want more display space and resolution • Users want several applications, several datasets • Users want to show and share content • Users are very sensitive to jitter (and latency) Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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Working in display-rich environments Information must be able to flexibly move around the wall Remote sensing Live video feeds Volume Rendering High-resolution maps 3D surface rendering Remote laptop Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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Challenges • Sharing visualization – Locally • Multiple datasets • Multiple views – Remotely • Multicast • User Experience – Session management • Datasets, Users, Persistence – Interaction devices – Dynamic resolution • Application programming environment Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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Information http://www.evl.uic.edu/cavern/sage [email protected] Vis2005 workshop Oct. 2005 EVL
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