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2006 IEEE Info/VolViz conference BOF

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Anonymous

I'm going to be heading to the IEEE Info and Vol Visualisation
conference this year. In the past, when we've gone, there hasn't been
anything in the way of a BoF for those that are interested in Java-based
visualisation. Since this is a fairly big topic and conference is pretty
small, I'm going out to all the lists that I can think of around the
subject.

Is there interest in trying to get together a BoF for all those
interested in doing visualisation using Java? If so, I can take point on
organising it, but I'd need to have a firm answer by conference's
deadline of Sept 15th.

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Don Casteel

Justin,

I wouldn't be able to attend the conference, but I have been doing a lot of work with rendering volumes. I'm using 100% java-J3D, to raytrace volumetric fractals, with full shading, transparency, refraction, and shadows. This is not an IsoSurface rendering technique, but true volumetric ray tracing. As a ray is traced through the volume it picks up colors, highlights, shadows, and can be refracted in any direction along the way.

Here are some examples:
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/35898469
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/33936173
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/27628447
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/27394343
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/25963367

Just thought they may be some discussion points. If not, no problem.

Don

Justin Couch wrote:
I'm going to be heading to the IEEE Info and Vol Visualisation
conference this year. In the past, when we've gone, there hasn't been
anything in the way of a BoF for those that are interested in Java-based
visualisation. Since this is a fairly big topic and conference is pretty
small, I'm going out to all the lists that I can think of around the
subject.

Is there interest in trying to get together a BoF for all those
interested in doing visualisation using Java? If so, I can take point on
organising it, but I'd need to have a firm answer by conference's
deadline of Sept 15th.

--
Justin Couch http://www.vlc.com.au/~justin/
Java Architect & Bit Twiddler http://www.yumetech.com/
3D Java Graphics Information http://www.j3d.org/
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Turn it or move it, and a new set of arrangements appears... is it
a single light or many lights, lights that one must know how to
distinguish, recognise and appreciate? Is it one light with many
frames or one frame for many lights?" -Subcomandante Marcos
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elecimag@att.net

Justin,

Where is the conference being held? I have a selection of topics, but am busy now. Will get back to you on Monday.

Ciao

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-------------- Original message from Justin Couch : --------------

> I'm going to be heading to the IEEE Info and Vol Visualisation
> conference this year. In the past, when we've gone, there hasn't been
> anything in the way of a BoF for those that are interested in Java-based
> visualisation. Since this is a fairly big topic and conference is pretty
> small, I'm going out to all the lists that I can think of around the
> subject.
>
> Is there interest in trying to get together a BoF for all those
> interested in doing visualisation using Java? If so, I can take point on
> organising it, but I'd need to have a firm answer by conference's
> deadline of Sept 15th.
>
> --
> Justin Couch http://www.vlc.com.au/~justin/
> Java Architect & Bit Twiddler http://www.yumetech.com/
> 3D Java Graphics Information http://www.j3d.org/
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
> "Look through the lens, and the light breaks down into many lights.
> Turn it or move it, and a new set of arrangements appears... is it
> a single light or many lights, lights that one must know how to
> distinguish, recognise and appreciate? Is it one light with many
> frames or one frame for many lights?" -Subcomandante Marcos
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> To unsubscribe, e-mail: interest-unsubscribe@java3d.dev.java.net
> For additional commands, e-mail: interest-help@java3d.dev.java.net
>
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Justin Couch

elecimag@att.net wrote:

> Where is the conference being held?

It's in Baltimore, Maryland this year and is a lot later than usual: Oct
29 - Nov 3.

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Justin Couch http://www.vlc.com.au/~justin/
Java Architect & Bit Twiddler http://www.yumetech.com/
3D Java Graphics Information http://www.j3d.org/
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"Look through the lens, and the light breaks down into many lights.
Turn it or move it, and a new set of arrangements appears... is it
a single light or many lights, lights that one must know how to
distinguish, recognise and appreciate? Is it one light with many
frames or one frame for many lights?" -Subcomandante Marcos
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