HIVE - Hull Immersive Visualisation Environment

posted 23 Aug 2011, 07:22 by Paul Brayford   [ updated 23 Aug 2011, 07:24 ]
Located in the University's Department of Computer Science, HIVE supports multi-disciplinary researchers using 3D visualisation, data capture and high performance computing technology. Visitors will be introduced to the practical applications of this cutting-edge technology and invited to try out the head-tracking and interactive features, where they can actually walk around a 3D immersive environment, and interact with the data on the workwall using their hands. Examples of anthropology, archaeology and medical university research projects will be showcased as well as an exciting portfolio of laser scanning data, comprising: 3D dinosaur skeletons, caves and roman log boats.

Third Floor, Robert Blackburn Building, University of Hull, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU6 7RX

Parking on street near University is available.

Thursday 8th September: 1000-1100
Friday 9th September: 1130-1230

Pre-Booking Required

To pre-book contact Emma-Jane Alexander on 01482 465016 or at e.j.alexander@hull.ac.uk.
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