3D Visualization for Discovery and Exploration
NVIDIA IndeX™ is a commercial 3D volumetric visualization SDK that allows scientists and researchers to visualize and interact with massive data sets, make real-time modifications, and navigate to the most pertinent parts of the data, all in real-time, to gather better insights faster. IndeX leverages GPU clusters for scalable, real-time, visualization and computing of multi-valued volumetric data together with embedded geometry data.
A new release of NVIDIA IndeX is being announced and demonstrated at GTC 2018. This new release, NVIDIA IndeX 2.0 is another leap forward for our real-time scalable visualization SDK and includes numerous exciting new features.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley, the University of Illinois at Urbana, and Caltech, used IndeX to interact and analyze an HPC simulation of a supernova. An HPC simulation of this nature takes about four months and generates over a terabyte of visualization data. Visually analyzing the data is the next big challenge, adding weeks to process and generate batch renderings - making it difficult and adding delays for researchers to gain insights. But with NVIDIA IndeX scientists and researchers can significantly accelerate their visualization pipeline with real-time feedback and interactive data analysis, giving researchers more time to analyze their data and gain better insights faster.
Interactive 3D visualization of hundreds of simulated time-steps of an E8 tornado. The visualized database is In total 1+TB. NVIDIA IndeX runs on an NVIDIA VCA cluster and sends a video stream to a client-side viewer.
NVIDIA has partnered with Kitware to bring NVIDIA IndeX to ParaView. Data sets for computational scientists continue to grow from terabytes to petabytes. The IndeX plug-in for ParaView was developed to aid in the analysis and 3D visualizations of extremely large datasets.
NVIDIA GPUs are ideal for simulating large seismic data and ParaView’s comprehensive GUI simplifies multi-platform data analysis and visualization. The HPC community can now visualize high-quality renderings and interactive performance with native visualization functionality such as streamlines, vector plots, etc.
IndeX plug-in for ParaView visualizing database (1+TB) of simulated time-steps of an E8 tornado.
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