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About the lab

Founded in 2007, the Interdisciplinary Visualization Research Laboratory used to be located inside the Department of Computer Science on the University of Pittsburgh main campus (Oakland). The laboratory provided approximately 500 sq. ft of lab space equipped with high-end 3D graphics computers and specialized software. Each researcher and graduate student had their own desk and machine. The computers were connected to the Computer Science Department's 100M-bit Ethernet network with access to the Internet via the University's fiber-optic backbone, allowing for fast and efficient data transfer to and from the lab.

About this site

This site has been developed by Yinglin Sun and Matt Liegey, students at the University of Pittsburgh. The photographs and pictures on this site are courtesy of the lab members, as well as the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, the Pitt Teaching Times, and Pitt students Nat Wetzel, Matt Czarnek, Dan Oliphant and Chris Henne.