Poster: Comparison of Multiple Large Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulations in Virtual Reality
Poster: Comparison of Multiple Large Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulations in Virtual Reality. Daniel Orban, Seth Johnson, Hakizumwami Birali Runesha,, Lingyu Meng, Bethany Juhnke, Arthur Erdman, Francesca Samsel, Daniel F. Keefe. Symposium on Large Data Analysis and Visualization, IEEE (2018)
We present an example framework for interactively comparing multiple large fluid structure interaction (FSI) simulations in a virtual reality (VR) application called Bento Box. Our approach uses several rendering, sampling, and streaming strategies to optimize memory on the GPU while achieving interactive framerates. We analyze our approach by comparing 10 cardiac lead FSI simulations, totaling 39GB, in two separate VR environments. Our contribution provides a case study for how to build a multi-instance comparison tool in VR for FSI data sets that are too large to fit onto a GPU.
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