November 14, 2012
STONY BROOK, NY, Nov. 14 – Researchers and faculty will demonstrate, for the first time, the capabilities of Stony Brook's newest engineering feat, a one-of-a-kind 416-screen immersive visualization facility that rivals the performance of modern supercomputers. The project, constructed with a $1.4 million National Science Foundation grant and a $600,000 matching grant from Stony Brook University, is the largest ever built with 1.5 billion gigapixels; possible applications range from advanced medical imaging, space exploration, climate modeling, defense and more.
Arie E. Kaufman, Distinguished Professor and Chair, Computer Science Department and CEWIT Chief Scientist
Representatives interested in utilizing the Reality Deck from government, universities, businesses and more
Thursday, November 15, 2012; 3 pm
Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology (CEWIT)
1500 Stony Brook Road, Stony Brook, NY 11794
Long Island Expressway to Exit 62, Nicolls Road North. Travel 8.5 miles north to SBU's South entrance. Turn left onto South Drive through two traffic lights to the end: turn right onto Stony Brook Road. Travel approximately .5 miles to the entrance to the Research & Development Park; the CEWIT building is marked with signage on the left.
Source: Stony Brook University
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