At the forefront of this visualization solution is Barco’s OlS-521 3D stereoscopic video wall displaying data generated by Rice’s first 3D visualization project, the Data Analysis and Visualization Cyber-Infrastructure for Computational Science and Engineering Applications (DAVinCI). The display wall also features an optical tracking system.
In addition, Rice University will be installing a new high-performance computer system that will also feature DAVinCI, fulfilling the University’s need for data analysis, interpretation and visualization.
The Barco stereoscopic fully-immersive visualization wall can display up to 33 million pixels from a single workstation. The image is compacted into a display area that measures 14 feet wide by 8 feet high. The video wall will display flicker-free, fluidly moving images in vivid LED color.