Bruno Raffin and Mathias Ettinger are helping organize this event, which aims at gathering industrial and academic actors from the french visualization community, to discuss the current stakes and the challenges to come in scientific visualization and information visualization.
More information is available at the Visu 2012 website. [fr]
The meeting is an excellent opportunity for researchers and students alike to share their views, exchange, as well as learn about recent developments in the fields of parallelism, architecture and systems.
Thierry Gautier will play an important part in this event, as he was appointed President of the scientific program commitee.
Kinovis is a new platform for capture and advanced analysis of moving forms.
GrImage, a virtual reality platform at INRIA using FlowVR, merges into this project and becomes the first of two different platforms associating depth cameras and more than 50 high resolution color cameras in a new large acquisition space.
The second Kinovis platform, located in the LADAF (French Alps Anatomy Laboratory), associate X-ray and color cameras to enable reconstruction of internal as well as external anatomy of biological forms.
The MOAIS (INRIA-LIG), PERCEPTION (INRIA-LJK), EVASION (INRIA-LJK) teams and the 4DViews company
will demo the Grimage platform during 5 days at the Emerging Technology Show, Siggraph 2009, New Orleans.
Users will experience a new full-body immersive and interactive environment coupling a head-mounted display
and real-time 3D modeling.
The submission video and a one page article are available at: http://grimage.inrialpes.fr/vgate.php
On the Siggraph 2009 web site
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After its' 2007 victory on the N-Queens problem during the 4th GRID@WORK challenge, team "Kaapi/Taktuk", led by Xavier Besseron, just did it again during the 5th GRID@WORK at Nice, 23 October 2008. "2008 Super Quant Monte-Carlo" By using 3609 cores from a grid of machines located in France and Japan, and during one allocated hour, team Kaapi/Taktuk priced 988 actions out of 1000, scoring 8760/18000 points, securing themselves the first place. The second best team priced 177 actions on 4329 cores, obtaining a score of 1459/18000.
The Grimage platform, a project on which three research teams collaborate, Moais (LIG, INRIA), Perception
(LJK, INRIA) and Evasion (LJK, INRIA), will be presented at the "Grand Palais de Paris" the 14, 15 and 16 November 2008
for the "European City of Science" event.
This demonstration puts into light our algorithmical and software developments, accessible through our open-source projects FlowVR, SOFA, or the start-up business 4D Views Solutions created in September 2007.
This demo follows those at IEEE VR 2006, VISION 2006, Siggraph 2007 (Emerging Technologies) and ACM VRST 2008. It will be visible at "la cité du numérique" (INRIA, espace 51).
Grimage runs FlowVR to reach real time executions with a PC cluster.