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3-D images were streamed live at the 2013 US Ignite Application Summit using high-speed networks.


researchers looking at 3-D images of ancient Egypt

Showcased at the US Ignite Application Summit in June of 2013 in Chicago, this photo of researchers looking at 3-D images of ancient Egypt was taken at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory, an NSF-funded facility. The project illustrates how high speed broadband networks use big data to enable the creation and accessibility of detailed simulations in real-time, empowering researchers.

Credit: Glenn Ricart, US Ignite

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