Visualize This! is a classroom outreach program from the
Visualization Group at Advanced Research Computing (ARC).
A typical presentation will fit into a 50 minute or 75 minute
classroom session, and will typically include some initial
presentation and background, followed by a hands-on session.
Although prepared presentations are available, the unique feature
of Visualize This! is that the presentation can be customized to
the class, by prior coordination with the instructor.
Thus, while a Visualize This! presentation could easily be made
to any Computer Science class on visualization, other
versions of the workshop have:
- shown how to visualize fluid flow velocity fields;
- analyzed and displayed molecule and crystal structure;
- explored archaelogical structures and monuments;
- visualized social network graphs;
- animated a fly-through of 3D medical scans, from computer tomography
(CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI);
- organized masses of point cloud data into sensible models;
Visualize This! presentations can be scheduled as a regular class
session in the usual classroom. Because of the need to customize
the presentation for a given class, it's helpful if the
initial request comes a least a few weeks in advance, and the class instructor will need to help the ARC Vis presenter work out a satisfying agenda of topics, data, and activities.
For more information, refer to
visualize_this_brochure, or contact Nicholas Polys at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Example products can be seen on the Visionarium Vimeo Channel!