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CyberCANOE Club Provides Forum for Hawaiians to Collaborate and Share Best Practices Regarding Tiled Displays and SAGE2™

The Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & Applications (LAVA) at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and one of the lead development teams for SAGE2™, hosted a CyberCANOE Club meeting on November 27. The CyberCANOE, which stands for Cyber-infrastructure enabled Collaboration Analysis Navigation and Observation EnvironmentRead more

Kari Noe Wins 1st Prize in 2017 National Collegiate Honors Council Conference

At this year’s National Collegiate Honors Council conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Honors student Kari Noe won first place in the Business, Engineering and Computer Sciences student poster competition. The NCHC conference invites students and faculty in Honors programs and colleges … Read more

LAVA Erupts at the Mālama Honua Summit

In celebration of Hōkūleʻa’s Homecoming after voyaging around Island Earth, the Polynesian Voyaging Society invited local and global community members to gather for a three-day summit to discuss mālama honua stories of hope inspired by the Worldwide Voyage and develop … Read more

LAVA Erupts at 2017 IEEE International Microwave Symposium

Students from the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications, and the Academy for Creative Media System, demonstrated their Virtual Reality applications to 8,000 mesmerized attendees at the 2017 IEEE International Microwave Symposium – one of the largest conference that came … Read more

LAVA Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Star Wars

How would a visualization laboratory celebrate Star Wars?

With the highest resolution Star Wars simulation in the world of course!

Graduate EE student Noel Kawano and undergraduate ICS student Ryan Theriot developed a simulation of the epic space battle in … Read more

LAVA exhibits at the Cultural Animation Film Festival 2017

Academy for Creative Media students (Kari Noe, Andrew Guagliardo, Kurt Noe), ICS student (Anna Sikkink), and Learning Technology students (Patrick Karjala, Dean Lodes) demonstrated two virtual reality projects (Kilo Hoku and How Maui Snared the Sun) at the 2017 Cultural Animation Film Festival at … Read more

Kari Noe Demonstrates Virtual Reality at Math Day in Molokaʻi

Molokaʻi Math Day took place on April 8, 2017 in conjunction with the Hoʻomau festival at Lanikeha, Hoolehua on Molokaʻi. Molokaʻi Math Day was initiated in 2011 by the department of Mathematics and has become a yearly event since then. … Read more

HI-Vision : Hawaiʻi Workshop on Establishing Trans-Pacific Visualization Research & Education Collaboration Networks

On Feb 6-7, 2017, HI-Vision (Hawaiʻi Workshop on Establishing Trans-Pacific Visualization Research & Education Collaboration Networks) was held at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. This workshop was co-organized by Jason Leigh … Read more

X-Men Director, Bryan Singer, Visits LAVA

January 2, 2017

Opening 2017 with a bang, Director of the X-Men series of movies, Bryan Singer, visited the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications (LAVA) at the invitation of the Academy for Creative Media System founding director, Chris Lee.

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Highest Resolution Hybrid Reality Environment in the World unveiled!

Nov 27, 2016

The Destiny-class Cyber-enabled Collaboration Analysis Navigation and Observation Environment (CyberCANOE) is the highest resolution hybrid reality system in the world thanks to the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications, and the Academy for Creative Media System– which co-funded it … Read more