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Panel 3: The Future Visualization Platform

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6 Author(s)
Johnson, G. ; University of Texas at Austin ; Ebert, D. ; Hansen, C. ; Kirk, D.
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Advances in graphics hardware and rendering methods are shaping the future of visualization. For example, programmable graphics processors are redefining the traditional visualization cycle. In some cases it is now possible to run the computational simulation and associated visualization side-by-side on the same chip. Moreover, global illumination and non-photorealistic effects promise to deliver imagery which enables greater insight into high resolution, multivariate, and higher-dimensional data. The panelists will offer distinct viewpoints on the direction of future graphics hardware and its potential impact on visualization, and on the nature of advanced visualizationrelated tools and techniques. Presentation of these viewpoints will be followed by audience participation in the form of a question and answer period moderated by the panel organizer.

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Visualization, 2004. IEEE

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10-15 Oct. 2004

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