A high-resolution OptiPortal display developed in collaboration between the Electronic Visualization Laboratory and the US Geological Survey was moved to the Department of the Interior to help plan security for the 2009 Obama innauguration.
Professor Isabel Cruz delivers keynote talk at the IV Alberto Mendelzon
Workshop on Foundations of Data Management
The Next-Generation CAVE Virtual Environment, or NG-CAVE, when introduced in 2012, will enable researchers to visualize data in a fully immersive 3D stereoscopic environment. Read More...
Gamer Edward Kahler applies his talent to create interactive visualization analysis tools for Argonne National Laboratory scientists
Mayank Lahiri, a PhD student in the Computational Population Biology Lab, has received the Provost's Award for his project on automatic identification of zebras from photographs, a project he has started in Kenya as a student in the Field Computational Population Biology course this semester. He will use the award to go back to Kenya to validate, fine-tune, and deploy the system where it is most needed: in the field, so the nature conservancy staff, field assistants, researchers, and scouts can use it to do their job studying and saving zebras.
Andrew Johnson, UIC computer science/EVL associate professor and computer science professor and EVL director Jason Leigh standing in the entrance to the CAVE2™ Photo by Callie Lipkin for EdTech Magazine