Governor David Ige and the first lady were treated to a 3D graphic display on the UH West Oʻahu CyberCANOE (Collaborative Analytics Navigation and Observation Environment) that is used to carry picture and sound between UH classrooms so
The Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications (LAVA) worked with Mid Pacific High School to showcase their students’ LiDAR scans of Kaniakapupu ruins – the summer palace of King Kamehameha III.
The Creatable is first and foremost a coffee table. A coffee table with a touch screen, gas shocks, and an aluminum frame. The idea of creating a table fit for LAVA began summer of 2014. Engineering student, Noel Kawano, began … Read more
The “CreaTable” is a one of a kind interactive table top display designed and built by Noel Kawano, an electrical engineering student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The CreaTable resides in the Laboratory for Advanced
The Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications delivered a day-long tutorial on data visualization to 24 participants from the China Guangdong Department of Human Resource and Social Security who attended as part of the World Bank sponsored executive IT Program … Read more
The Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications collaborates with the Electronic Visualization Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago to release SAGE2 version 1.0, called Koʻolau, at the annual Supercomputing conference, held this year in Austin, Texas. The software was
The Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Application celebrates its opening with an open house. Over 100 attendees were treated to copious pies and research demonstrations that featured a newly completed CyberCANOE visualization system, the CreaTable- interactive table top display, an interactive network … Read more