Biointerfaces Visualization Lab

The Biointerfaces Visualization Lab (vislab) is a computer lab with 4 powerful graphics workstations available for use by the Biointerfaces Institute at the University of Michigan. It’s purpose is to enable researchers to interactively visualize high-resolution, large scale simulation output or experimental data. Example uses include:

  • Visualizing simulation / experimental data
  • Interactive data analysis and exploration
  • Visualization of real-time simulation results
  • Small group discussions around the 10-ft visualization wall

Funding for the vislab is provided by the Biointerfaces Institute and UMOR. It is designed in cooperation with a larger campus wide effort by the UM3D lab to provide visualization hubs throughout campus.

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