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OpenDX Birds of a Feather Announcement

Open Visualization Data Explorer (OpenDX) is an application and development software package for visualizing data, especially 3D data from simulations or acquired from observations. It uses a Graphical User Interface based on X windows and Motif. It comes with a complete set of standard visualization tools for looking at data that include cutting planes, vector line traces, volume rendering, and isosurface/isocontour tools. The OpenDX project is a free-source project based on code and ideas found in the IBM Visualization Data Explorer program product. The distribution license for OpenDX has been officially certified as being compliant with the Open Source Definition by the Open Source Initiative.

Topics:

  • Brief Overview of OpenDX and developers
  • Discuss the current status of the project and the latest updates
  • Solicit ideas and proposals from the OpenDX community regarding future directions
  • Meet with the OpenDX community and interested developers to exchange information

For further information contact David Thompson, VIS, Inc., dthompsn@vizsolutions.com.