Interactive Visual Computing Lab

 
NSF DUE (2008-2011): 
Integrating Web-Based Visualization with Structural Systems Understanding to Improve the Technical Education of Architects [project summary] [Project page]http://legacy.caus.vt.edu/setareh/archresearch/http://legacy.caus.vt.edu/setareh/archresearch/http://legacy.caus.vt.edu/setareh/archresearch/shapeimage_1_link_0shapeimage_1_link_1shapeimage_1_link_2

MIT presence oct 2009 cover image

Objective: the design of a learning tool for use by architecture students. The tool will assist students in selecting the building systems and help them understand the roles and behaviors of these selections when subjected to various environment conditions (e.g., earthquake).

Objective: create a scientific visualization language for understanding why and how tensor-field visualization works [project page].

NSF IIS: G&V (2010-2013):
Supporting Knowledge Discovery through a 3D Scientific Visualization Language
https://sites.google.com/site/simplevisualizationlanguage/shapeimage_4_link_0

Bat Flight Kinematics Data Analysis


Objective: We are working closely with biologists to analyze bat flight kinematics between species.

Effective Visual Encoding on Various Forms of Displays


Objective: study the effect of size, resolution, field of view on vector field visualization. We are interested in the design of scalable visualization methods.

Thanks for the generous support provided by the National Science Foundation.

Objective: design and evaluate time-varying visualization approaches for Genomic and Physiology datasets [project page].

NSF ESPSCoR Seed through MSState University (2010-2011):
Analysis and Visualization of Time-Varying Data for Optimizing Knowledge Discovery in Biologyhttps://sites.google.com/site/timevaryingbiovishttps://sites.google.com/site/timevaryingbiovisshapeimage_7_link_0shapeimage_7_link_1

An interesting graph made by undergrads

Objective: design and evaluate effective workflow-driven user interface for knowledge discovery in Genomic and Physiology datasets [project page].

NSF ESPSCoR Seed through MSState University (2011-2012):
Storytelling bubbles: integrating symbolic representation, data ink, and interface for biological data analysishttps://sites.google.com/site/timevaryingbiovishttps://sites.google.com/site/timevaryingbiovisshapeimage_8_link_0shapeimage_8_link_1

VisBubbles

Objective: create a scientific visualization language for understanding why and how tensor-field visualization works [project page].

NSF IIS: G&V (2010-2013):
Supporting Knowledge Discovery through a 3D Scientific Visualization Language
https://sites.google.com/site/simplevisualizationlanguage/shapeimage_9_link_0