SVIS (Scientific Visualization and Imaging System)
The imaging and microscopy community on campus has provided campus researchers with a high-end workstation and software that can handle the very large data sets being collected in the core imaging facilities across campus. The system is designed to provide enhanced capabilities for 3D isosurface reconstruction, object tracking, filament tracing, rendering and analysis of imaging data sets. The system is supported by the Scientific Visualization team in UITS Research Computing Support and is located in the Computer Center room 128.
Computing system specifications:
Visualization and imaging software includes (but is not limited to):
The primary resource of our Visualization service is the AZ-LIVE facility. AZ-LIVE utilizes 2 high-end workstations with NVidia Quadro graphics cards which provide an immersive virtual reality experience for interactively exploring scientific data. AZ-LIVE is located in Room 307 of the Computer Center building on the southeast corner of Speedway and Mountain.
This is a 360 degree panorama view from inside the environment.
Click on the link above to view a QuickTimeVR movie of this image.