Corpus ID: 9577450

Managing Commodity Computer Cluster Oriented to Virtual Reality Applications

  title={Managing Commodity Computer Cluster Oriented to Virtual Reality Applications},
  author={Luciano P. Soares and M. Cabral and P. Bressan and H. Fernandes and R. D. Lopes},
Virtual Reality (VR) applications have been powered traditionally by high-end graphics workstations or supercomputers. But recently, clusters of commodity computers (PCs, Macintoshes, low cost workstations) have become a practical alternative. The advantages of a commodity cluster include low cost, flexibility, access to technology, and performance scalability. The main goal of our proposal is offer both a High Performance Computing System (HPC) and High Availability (HA) simulation environment… Expand

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