Virginia Tech Highlights X3D at SuperComputing Conference

Virginia Tech is highlighting their visual-analytic X3D solutions at SuperComputing 2013 Conference

Virginia Tech will be exhibiting and presenting at the Supercomputing 2013 Conference in Denver, Colorado during the week of 18 November 2013. There are numerous papers and posters from Virginia Tech researchers, the list release, and research highlights in booth #3913. See the latest computational science applications, HPC innovations and visual-analytic solutions from Virginia! X3D content and technology is prominently featured in Virginia Tech slides and videos, but also in the live, in-booth demo.

Visit booth #3913 to experience the latest HPC simulation results, laser scans, CT/MRI scans and more through a multi-screen gestural interface using InstantReality and the Microsoft Kinect! From Paraview to VMD and Chimera to custom-scripts, HPC data is making its way to the web for broader accessibility and impact!

Virginia Tech Advanced Research Computing (ARC) is growing with three new and exciting open positions:

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Mon, 2013-11-18