Argonne Scientists Working on More Ef...

Argonne Scientists Working on More Efficient Visualization Tech...

There are 1 comment on the PRWeb story from Jul 31, 2009, titled Argonne Scientists Working on More Efficient Visualization Tech.... In it, PRWeb reports that:

If you wanted to perform a single run of a current model of the explosion of a star on your home computer, it would take more than three years just to download the data.

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#1 Jul 31, 2009
>"We were able to scale up to large problem sizes
>of over 80 billion voxels per time step and
>generated images up to 16 megapixels,"

It is ~4K cube data and 4K projection plane rendered by Argonne's Blue Gene/P 160000 computing cores... well, it is fine if this "accomplishment" is founded through private founds and it is huge waste if it is paid by tax money. You may do this job interactively on 4 sockets (16 x i-7 cores) machine to spend tax money more efficiently and likely get better performance, you should look for high definition volume rendering I'm quite sure they would love to help you to save tax money.

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