Area of Use: Visualisation

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre are a Tier-1 facility in Australia which enables amazing, ground-breaking science across the nation. Due to this high profile, we have collected Pawsey coverage across a range of national and international media publications.
31 January 2022

Visualisation Lab

Visualisation Lab located at the Pawsey Centre features a 4.8m wide stereoscopic 3D Sony CLED display with HDR and almost perfect contrast. It’s perfect for large scale data visualisation and analysis, as well as serving as a collaborative space for researchers. For more details and documentation, please visit visualisation documentation or contact help@pawsey.org.au

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31 January 2022

Topaz Remote Vis

A petascale supercomputer enables a researcher to generate and subsequently analyse data of unprecedented size and complexity, but this is only the first step in the research process. Data visualisation (the process of applying advanced algorithms and computer graphics to data) allows researchers to better understand their raw data and translate it into meaningful forms. Topaz Remote

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31 January 2022

Nebula

Scientific data visualisation allows researchers to better understand their raw data and translate it into meaningful forms. Applying visualisation techniques to complicated datasets can require specialist hardware, such as high-end graphics cards for handling large datasets in real time, novel display technologies to fully exploit the human visual system and user interface devices to facilitate

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3 March 2020

Topaz

Topaz, a commodity Linux cluster, provided by Xenon, which is an extension of Zeus. Topaz will be suitable for jobs which can take advantage of the advanced GPU capabilities and latest generation InfiniBand infrastructure. GPUs are accelerators which provide huge amounts of compute power but require less electrical power to run in comparison to conventional CPUs.  Topaz

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9 August 2018

Visualisation

Scientific data visualisation allows researchers to better understand their raw data and translate it into meaningful forms. Applying visualisation techniques to complicated datasets can require specialist hardware, such as high-end graphics cards for handling large datasets in real time, novel display technologies to fully exploit the human visual system and user interface devices to facilitate

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