The Advanced Visualization Center is a new resource for the University of South Florida.
This new and exciting technology is still in its infancy, with constant updates, upgrades, and enhancements being developed and deployed everyday.
If you are developing applications for use at the center, on the visualization wall, it is highly recommended that you contact and work with the AVC Staff.
They will be happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have.
All applications must undergo testing and evaluation by the AVC / Research Computing staff before it can installed on the AVC system.
This page has been setup with additional development resources, please check back periodically as we make updates frequently.
7 MakerBot Replicator 2: 28.5 L x 15.3 W x 15.5 H cm: 100 micron resolution
2 MakerBot Replicator 2x: 24.6 L x 15.2 W x 15.5 H cm: 100 micron resolution
2 MakerBot Replicator 5th Generation: 25.2 L x 19.9 W x 15.0 H cm: 100 micron resolution
3 CubeX Trio: 26.5 L x 18.5 W x 24.0 H cm: 100 micron resolution
1 MakerGear M2: 8" x 10" x 8"
1 DeltaMaker: 240 mm wide hexagon 260mm Height
1 Orion Delta: 5" x 5" x 9"
1 Formlabs Form 1+ (SLA) : 125mm×125mm×165mm
.thing (.thing file can be created from Makerware Software)
1 Makerbot Digitizer
3 Sense Hand-Held
MAYA JMOL BLENDER
GEOMAGIC SCULPTRIS SKETCHUP
FLASH AFTEREFFECTS PREMIERE
PROCESSING VOL VIEW ViSIT
PHOTOSHOP GIMP PARAVIEW
UNITY OPENGL VTK
GEPHI PROJECT R GOOGLE EARTH
GRAPHVIZ MESH LAB NASA WORLD WIND
ARCGIS VMD 3D STUDIO MAX
Please reference AVC in any research report, journal or publication that requires citation of author's work. The recognition of the AVC resorces you used to perform research is important for acquiring funding for the next generation of hardware, suppot services, and our research and development activities in HPC, visualization, data storage and grid infrastructure.
At minimum, a citation should include:
Advanced Visualization Center(AVC), Research Computing(RC) at University of South Florida