IEEE Visualization '96
Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions will be held Thursday evening and other times
as needed. These sessions will provide participants the opportunity to discuss
current topics with others. BOFs are open to all Vis '96 attendees. In
addition to the following, other BOFs may be available at the conference. If
you wish to lead a BOF, please contact Polly Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org) or use
the sign-up board at the conference. When you arrive, be sure to check the
sign-up board for additional BOFs.
IDL Users Group Meeting - Fast Visualization & Application Development
David M. Uhlir, Ph.D., IDL Product Manager, Research Systems, Inc.
IDL users and anyone interested in tapping into a powerful, 4th generation
programming language will meet to discuss IDL and the latest Version 5.0
innovations. IDL is advanced software for data analysis, visualization and
application development. Development time is significantly reduced with IDL's
high-level, array-oriented programming language and library of 2D and 3D
graphics, mathematics, statistics and cross-platform GUI tools. If you analyze
data from tests, experiments or images, or write applications for others to use,
IDL will give you clear results faster.
Research Systems contact:
Julie Ceranski, 303-413-3901 or email@example.com
AVS, AVS/Express, Uniras Users Group at Visualization '96
Upul R. Obeysekare
Current AVS, AVS/Express, UNIRAS users will be able to discuss issues related
to scientific visualization and visualization application development using AVS
products. The main theme of the meeting will be to discuss issues related to
the Viz Express 1.0 and AVS/Express 3.1 releases. Open discussion on AVS
products on the Web (VRML, Java, etc.) is planned. This meeting will provide
an opportunity for AVS users to get together to discuss common issues related
to AVS products. Engineers and marketing representatives from AVS Inc. will
be available for questions.
IRIS Explorer Users Group Meeting
Keith Ferrara-Durth, NAG, Inc.
Whether you're a novice or expert IRIS Explorer user, or perhaps interested in
the product and want to find out more, you're welcome to attend this Users Group
Meeting. Meet with members of the IRIS Explorer development team and learn
about features and enhancements in the next release of IRIS Explorer; current
platform availability, including popular Unix workstations and Windows NT;
support and training courses; the various IRIS Explorer Centers; and the
availability of graphics and modules on the Web. Users are welcome to
contribute posters illustrating projects and interesting images to share with
others. Please contact NAG, Inc. to discuss contributions, or feel free to
bring your materials to the meeting. Copies of the latest issue of Render,
the IRIS Explorer newsletter, will be available. Hope to see you there!
Khoros Users Group Meeting
Leslee Richards, Product Manager, Khoral Research, Inc.
If you've been looking for a software environment for image processing, data
visualization and exploration, visual programming, and software development,
you won't want to miss this opportunity to get to know Khoros and Khoral
Research Inc. Whether you're an experienced Khoros user or just starting out,
you'll find this session valuable. Talk with members of our experienced
development team, see a demonstration of Khoros, and learn about the latest
functionality, the upcoming Khoros Symposium, training courses, technical
support, and solutions management. Come, have a snack with us, and find out
why Khoros is rapidly becoming a de facto standard for the Department of
Implementing 3-D Business Visualization
Bill Wright, Chief Designer, Application Solutions, Visible Decisions, Inc.
The purpose of this meeting is to spark some interesting conversations
among people who have actually built, and have operating, useful business
visualizations. It is an opportunity to meet people with similar interests
and to learn from some practical experiences, like:
Everyone will have a chance to speak for a few minutes. A list of issues
will be kept on a board at the front. At the end, the top three issues
will form the basis of a general discussion. The meeting will be moderated
by Bill Wright from Visible Decisions. Please contact Bill at
firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
- What went right - what went wrong - frustrations, and rewards
- Business value of visualization - what's important?
- An exchange of application ideas