Aron Bierbaum

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The last advances in commodity hardware have allowed users of immersive visualization to create high-performance systems using a set of interconnected computers. These systems, called cluster computers, allow to employ high-quality graphics cards, high-speed processors and significant amounts of memory for much lower costs than would be possible with(More)
Cluster computing has become an essential issue for designing immersive visualization systems. This paradigm employs scalable clusters of commodity computers with much lower costs than would be possible with the high-end, shared memory computers that have been traditionally used for virtual reality purposes. This change in the design of virtual reality(More)
This tutorial provides an overview of VR application development using Open Source software tools. We focus on the VR Juggler suite of tools (see http://www.vrjuggler.org) and various Open Source projects that can work with it. We will demonstrate how Open Source software ensures extensibility and eases integration between software tools. We will also show(More)
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