At the Zettascale Lab, we are designing solid-state storage test beds that will be combined with large-scale rendering compute engines and leading high-performance computing graphical software to render extreme-scale data sets in real time.
In a second work stream, we are experimenting with different modes of in-situ visualisation and refining different visualisation working environments in collaboration with researchers at the University of Cambridge.
A third project involves the development of visualisation techniques. These will be documented and packaged, resulting in simple, flexible tools. These tools will allow for an interactive, three-dimensional visualisation of data stored by a remote service provider. Researchers will be able to manipulate and inspect data, as well as transform it into high-quality outreach material.
At the Zettascale Lab, our ambition is to host a remote-access implementation of these tools. We aim to make visualisation technology accessible to working scientists, engineers and clinicians, helping them to gain further insight into their data.