Vish at Supercomputing 2013 in Denver Colorado
The Vish Visualization Shell is a software framework to make visualizations from a wide variety of data sources, observational as well as computational. It provides a very general infrastructure independent from a certain application domain which can be easily adapted and customized towards specific requirements. At the same time it maintains high performance by scalable treatment of large data and efficient usage of modern computer hardware.
Because Vish is well suited for applied sciences and can be implemented into a variety of industrial applications, it is great for everyone who is interested in scientific data exploration, data analysis, and data presentation. As a flexible general software framework with the ability to handle large amounts of data, Vish can be customized and combined to work with any data acquisition hardware device or method used to collect data (i.e. observational or computational). Examples of data acquisition hardware devices include a variety of technologies such as laser and sonic technology, GPS, GIS systems and more.