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Accomplishments. SIO OptIPuter Visualization Cluster. 10 node IBM PC Cluster driving two 9.2 million pixels IBM T221 displays. Connects to the OptIPuter Southern California network. Volume Rendering at SIO. SIO provided UIC and ISI with seismic volume dataset from the ARAD 3D experiment.

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Sio optiputer visualization cluster
SIO OptIPuter Visualization Cluster

  • 10 node IBM PC Cluster driving two 9.2 million pixels IBM T221 displays.

    • Connects to the OptIPuter Southern California network.


Volume rendering at sio
Volume Rendering at SIO

  • SIO provided UIC and ISI with seismic volume dataset from the ARAD 3D experiment.

    • 800 x 800 x 1000 (32 bits) volume highlights the first 3D reflection image of a crustal magma chamber located beneath the East Pacific Rise.

  • GVU uses SIO VizCluster and renders to the monitor on the master node.

  • Vol-a-Tile uses SIO VizCluster and renders to IBM T221 displays.

    • Vol-a-Tile now runs data servers on UCSD’s Storage Cluster and renders on the SIO’s Visualization Cluster over the SoCal OptIPuter network.

Figure 3:ARAD 3D volume visualized with Vol-a-Tile (EVL, UIC)

Figure 1:ARAD 3D volume visualized with GVU (ISI, USC)

Figure 2:GVU and Vol-a-tile on the SIO Visualization Cluster


High resolution imagery at sio
High resolution imagery at SIO

  • IKONOS Satellite Imagery (courtesy of SpaceImaging.com).

  • 0.3 m San Diego aerial photography (courtesy of Brian Davis, USGS).

  • Mars Rover Mission Panoramic Image (courtesy of JPL,NASA).

Figure 1:IKONOS satellite imagery combined with topography, bathymetry and seismic data in Incline Village, Lake Tahoe.

Figure 2:USGS ortho-imagery combined with LIDAR data of the coastal bluffs in San Diego.


Accessing data from remote cluster jsoe cluster to sio vizcluster
Accessing Data from Remote Cluster (JSOE cluster to SIO VizCluster)

  • Running multiple OptIPuter applications on SIO Cluster.

    • Retrieve scene file from storage cluster and display on IBM panels using Chromium.

    • Juxtaview on SIO cluster displays high resolution satellite imagery.


Sio visual objects storage distribution
SIO Visual Objects Storage & Distribution VizCluster)

  • Scene files now stored on terabyte webserver on OptIPuter Storage Cluster for dissemination over OptIPuter network.

  • Two-fold increase in number of website visitors that downloaded the scene files.


Transferring optiputer technologies to other nsf projects
Transferring OptIPuter technologies to other NSF Projects VizCluster)

  • RIDGE

    • Funded by RIDGE2K to develop visual objects of data collected with variety of methods in multiple disciplines.

  • GEON

    • Creating ‘scene’ files from geological and GIS data for San Diego and the Rockies.

ROADNet: Mt. Laguna Camera

  • ROADNet

    • Generating high resolution time lapse movies on the SIO cluster from near real-time images captured by ROADNet sensors.

  • NASA Goddard (non NSF)

    • Level3 link between SIO and NASA to allow for e-science between the institutions.


Future Goals VizCluster)


USArray on the GeoWall 2


3d tomography of whole earth models
3D Tomography of Whole Earth Models Cluster

  • Project in progress to visualize the mantle models for the whole Earth and in particular the North American continent.

    • Need to visualize the process of tomography while still inverting for the model (Gabi Laske, IGPP)

Figure 1:REM model combined with seismicity. Yellow blobs are isosurface representations of surface wave propagation. White dots represent earthquakes of magnitude greater than 4.0.

Figure 2:Spherical representation of same data. Blue indicates positive values, where speed is high and mantle is cooler. Red indicates negative values, lower speeds and hotter mantle.


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