3D Wall at Northwestern University

A new gallery: “3D Wall at Northwestern University”

Today, a group of EVL went to visit the new 3D wall display setup at Northwestern. Matt McCrory graciously hosted us and gave us demos of his new setup: a very nice wall of 3D passive stereo LCD panels driven by a high-end linux cluster (and Nvidia hardware).

From “Seeing Is Believing—Visualizing Research Data in 3D“:
“Making its debut in April, the new Tiled Stereoscopic Display, located in Northwestern’s newly-designed Center for Advanced Molecular Imaging (CAMI) in Silverman Hall, provides the opportunity for University scientists in all fields to see their experiments in 3D clarity and at a size that allows them to “walk into” and explore the experiment’s data.”

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