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Role of Haptics in Teaching Structural Molecular Biology
Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on
By Ganesh Sankaranarayanan, Suzanne Weghorst, Michel Sanner, Alexandre Gillet, Arthur Olson
Issue Date:March 2003
Physical models such as ball-and-stick have long been used in teaching basic chemistry and structural molecular biology. As the size and complexity of known molecular structures increases, it is difficult if not impossible to show all of their features in ...
Building Cyberinfrastructure for Bioinformatics Using Service Oriented Architecture
Cluster Computing and the Grid, IEEE International Symposium on
By Wilfred W. Li, Sriram Krishnan, Kurt Mueller, Kohei Ichikawa, Susumu Date, Sargis Dallakyan, Michel Sanner, Chris Misleh, Zhaohui Ding, Xiaohui Wei, Osamu Tatebe, Peter W. Arzberger
Issue Date:May 2006
Cyberinfrastructure makes the development and deployment of bioinformatics applications easier by providing the framework and components that may be loosely coupled using service oriented architecture. Here we describe an end to end prototype environment t...
Tangible Augmented Interfaces for Structural Molecular Biology
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
By Alexandre Gillet, Michel Sanner, Daniel Stoffler, Arthur Olson
Issue Date:March 2005
With the prevalence of structural and genomic data, molecular biology has become a human-guided,computer-assisted endeavor. The computer assists the essential human function in two ways: For exploring scientific data, it searches for and tests scientific h...
Augmented Reality with Tangible Auto-Fabricated Models for Molecular Biology Applications
Visualization Conference, IEEE
By Alexandre Gillet, Michel Sanner, Daniel Stoffler, David Goodsell, Arthur Olson
Issue Date:October 2004
The evolving technology of computer auto-fabrication (
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