The Advanced Visualization Center staff assists students and faculty with the creation of visualizations for education and research.We also provide training on advanced software applications and data visualization techniques.
The center supports the advancement of technology in education with an Ultra High Resolution Visualization Wall, with remote access to USF's High Performance Computing Cluster, and the Advanced Visualization Student Lab.
We continue to explore and develop innovative practices in 3D Modeling, 3D Printing, Visual Graphics, Animation, Virtual Reality, Data Analysis and Interactive Applications.
The Advanced Visualization Center is part of USF Information Technology, Research Computing.
The Advanced Visualization Center is located at the Physics Building 12010 in CMC 147, across from the lecture hall.
Summer Session Hours:
The AVC 3D Printing Lab is open from 10am - 4pm Monday - Friday.
3D Printing Workshop: TBD
3D Printing Users Group Meeting (open to all students and faculty)
@ CMC 147 Advanced Visualization Center.
Additional 3D Printing Information
Space in filling up fast!
SCHEDULING: Fall & Spring Classes and Events
CMC 147, The Advanced Visualization Auditorium
SCA 222, Visualization Student Computer Lab - Open 9am-9pm
Rooms may be scheduled via the AVC website "Reservation Form"
You will be contacted once a request has been made regarding
* Introduction to Computer Graphics
- Game Development
- Building Virtual Environments
- 3D Printing / Rapid Prototyping
- 3D Printing: From Preparation to Print
- Overview of Visualization
- Visualization for the Web
- Intro to Animation & Mesh Deformation
- Medical Animation
Please Check the Schedule for More Information and Updates
The AVC Student Computer Lab (SCA 222) Will be Open 9:00am -9:00pm* Monday through Friday *Unavailable During Classes
- Introduction to Maya - Introduction to Computer Graphics **Check the Schedule for More Info & Updates**
AVC featured in Science
Dr. Anna Pyayt and Howard Kaplan's Polymer Micro-structure Self-assembly has won People's Choice in the National Science Foundation's 2013 Visualization Challenge. "Click for more information":http://www.sciencemag.org/content/343/6171/600.full