The V-Atlas Event Visualization Program. J. Boudreau, L. Hines, V. Tsulaia University of Pittsburgh A. Abdesselam University of Oxford T. Cornelissen NIKHEF J. Hoffman Southern Methodist University, Soltan's Institute for Nuclear Studies W. Liebig CERN
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J. Boudreau, L. Hines,V. TsulaiaUniversity of Pittsburgh
A. AbdesselamUniversity of Oxford
J. HoffmanSouthern Methodist University, Soltan's Institute for Nuclear Studies
R. McPhersonUniversity of Victoria/IPP
E. MoyseUniversity of Massachusetts
A. SalzburgerLeopold-Franzens-Universitaet Innsbruck
M. ThioyeState University of New York atStony Brook
CHEP 2006 TIFR, Mumbai
How do the HitDisplay Systems work?
How to extend V-Atlas functionalities?
The various information about selected volumes is printed out in the text box
One can interactively move the Alignable volume …
… and get alignment characteristics
Hit Display system played very important role in verifying the integrity of the geometry description and simulation.
That was done by relocating hits in space using the geometry plus local coordinates of the hits.
Energy in ATLAS Hadronic Tile Calorimeter cells, with adjustable threshold
‘Strange’ simulated event. It took forever to simulate… The visualization showed the problem immediately.