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Remote high-performance visualization and collaboration

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Friesen, J.A. ; Sandia Nat. Labs., Livermore, CA, USA ; Tarman, T.D.

Using commercial, off-the-shelf equipment minimizes costs yet supports real-time, full-frame-rate transfers of compressed, high-resolution images to remotely distributed large-format displays. Sandia National Laboratories' engineers and analysts regularly use design centers to design, prototype and test components in a virtual space, and to explore and examine the results of large-scale simulations. Using commercially available video, compression and network equipment and the display quadrant technique, distributed workgroups can now collaborate on tera-scale problem sets. They can take full advantage of high-resolution displays with real-time interactivity. In addition, the system cost and network usage scales linearly for larger resolution displays and/or the addition of new remote sites

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 4 )