|Research work at NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Labs will be
presented showcasing the latest desktop analysis and visualization
tools in use today.
Techniques will be shown for piping interactive, stereo 3-D graphics
from a UNIX-based visualization server to a desktop PC, utilizing the
latest PC hardware acceleration. This new, inexpensive method for
utilizing local video card graphics over a local area network has
revolutionized high-end stereo visualization of oceanographic and
This poster-session demo will not only show the latest PMEL research in Fisheries Oceanography using a massively parallel supercomputer, and in-situ data from NOAA's tropical Pacific TAO-Triton array in full stereo 3-D, but tips and tricks will be shown for using inexpensize hardware and free software at the desktop as another tool for analysis, for creating web-based animations, or for creating high-end stereo animations at presentations.