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Data Visualizations Using the Microsoft HoloLens

Project Information

graphics, hw/sw integration, HPC, network, SoftwareInstallation, Compiling, debugging, OS, internet, networking
Project Status: Finishing Up
Project Region: Northeast
Submitted By: Scott Valcourt
Project Email: sav@unh.edu
Project Institution: University of New Hampshire
Anchor Institution: NE-University of New Hampshire
Project Address: 268 MAST RD
NHPTV
Durham, New Hampshire. 03824

Mentors: Scott Valcourt
Students: Eric Brown, Nicholas Boyd, Jacob Hawkins, Thomas Yang

Project Description

Using a Microsoft HoloLens, this project will connect the HoloLens to another computing device to transfer data to be visualized in the HoloLens.

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This multi-phase project seeks to incorporate the Microsoft Hololens to initially demonstrate the ability to display visualizations in the HoloLens, followed by an activity to take dynamic data and visualize data that originates from a remote compute device. Eventually, connecting the HPC output to the HoloLens for real-time augmenting of the visual view of the user will take place once a suitable science driver is identified.

Project Information

graphics, hw/sw integration, HPC, network, SoftwareInstallation, Compiling, debugging, OS, internet, networking
Project Status: Finishing Up
Project Region: Northeast
Submitted By: Scott Valcourt
Project Email: sav@unh.edu
Project Institution: University of New Hampshire
Anchor Institution: NE-University of New Hampshire
Project Address: 268 MAST RD
NHPTV
Durham, New Hampshire. 03824

Mentors: Scott Valcourt
Students: Eric Brown, Nicholas Boyd, Jacob Hawkins, Thomas Yang

Project Description

Using a Microsoft HoloLens, this project will connect the HoloLens to another computing device to transfer data to be visualized in the HoloLens.

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This multi-phase project seeks to incorporate the Microsoft Hololens to initially demonstrate the ability to display visualizations in the HoloLens, followed by an activity to take dynamic data and visualize data that originates from a remote compute device. Eventually, connecting the HPC output to the HoloLens for real-time augmenting of the visual view of the user will take place once a suitable science driver is identified.