Display Manager is a web-based environment for remote visualization of very Big Data arising from large HPC simulations. “Display Manager eliminates the need for massive data movement across networks by leveraging NVIDIA GRID GPU’s for server side remote visualization. This represents a major milestone in the path toward complete simulation lifecycle management.” Watch the demo to see it in action.
This week Fovia presented “Diagnosis is Painless” as part of Intel’s exhibit at SC13. The company showcased High Definition Volume Rendering, an advanced solution that uses off-the-shelf Intel CPUs for real-time visualization, analysis and distribution of large, three-dimensional datasets.
The NAS facility includes several supercomputers, archival storage systems, Lustre filesystems, and NFS filesystems as an integrated system. If any one piece is down, it can affect the whole facility. Therefore, the visualization provided with Nagios did not meet the needs of NAS, so another layer was added to create a quick view of the system status.
We anticipate that the ease, flexibility, accuracy and speed of HyperWorks Virtual Wind Tunnel will make it very popular not only across the auto industry but also in other fields where external aerodynamic simulation is crucial, such as architectural design and construction and wind-turbine development.
SC13 is seeking submissions for their “Walk-in Video Loop” of scientific visualizations. Displayed on the big screen before and after the plenary sessions, these videos will showcase the state-of-the-art in simulation footage. These videos will be projected on a 32’ by 18’ high definition surface and should have at least a 1920×1080 pixel resolution at […]
Over at NICS, Hanneke Weitering writes researchers are developing new technologies that could help us plan for castostrophic solar storms. In this effort, Homa Karimabadi, group leader of space plasma simulations at the University of California, San Diego, has teamed up with visualization specialist Burlen Loring of LBNL to create a topological map of Earth’s […]
The Sandia and Los Alamos National Labs have partnered to develop a 3-D model of the Earth’s mantle that can pinpoint earthquakes and explosions.