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ABSTRACT
Today's commercially available distance display and collaboration solutions tend to sacrifice either image resolution or interactivity - both critical for groups working on large-scale problems. We describe a technique in use at Sandia National Laboratories design centers for remote visualization and collaboration using large-format displays. Using commercial, off-the-shelf equipment minimizes cost yet supports real-time, full-frame-rate transfers of compressed, high-resolution images to remotely distributed large-format displays.
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Thomas D. Tarman, Jerrold A. Friesen, "Remote High-Performance Visualization and Collaboration", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 20, no. , pp. 45-49, July/August 2000, doi:10.1109/38.851749
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