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Visualizing Multi-Dimensional Datalink

Over the past several months, the Imaging Research Center has increasingly focused its efforts on the problems and promises of data visualization, broadly defined. In particular, we are interested in portraying complex, multifactorial systems, and being able to manipulate that data in real time, often in virtual reality environments. This work began in 2017 with our MapTu software, and has continued with several new initiatives, loosely organized around allowing people to interact with landscapes of interrelated factors.

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Visualizing Multi-Dimensional Data

Over the past several months, the Imaging Research Center has increasingly focused its efforts on the problems and promises of data visualization, broadly defined. In particular, we are interested ...more

Dining at the Virtual Buffet

What do you get when you bring together a team of researchers from Psychology, Computer Science, Information Systems, and Visual Media Arts? The Imaging Research Center has long prided itself on ...more

Ecomimesis on Display

The IRC is delighted to announce that former faculty fellow, Lynn Cazabon, is showing her new virtual reality project Ecomimesis in the exhibition more

EnCue by Octava

IRC projects emerge and progress along a variety of pathways. Some are generated in-house by the IRC staff. Others grow from collaborations with faculty, who come to us with ideas and funding, or ...more

Experiencing Collaboration

There is increasing chatter about collaboration all around and among us at the university. To collaborate is becoming an aspiration. So many of us want to reach out and work together, preferably on ...more