Development of v-DMU Based on e-Science Using COVISE and SAGE
Virtual digital mock-up (v-DMU) refers to all of the activities in the design, analysis, and visualization of the product in a 3D virtual environment that lead to a lower cost and a higher quality. In the early days, designers exchanged CAD files directly in collaborations. Recently, DMU systems have been used for relatively effective designs that generally support distributed and collaborative design capability by sharing the design data via the Internet. However, a range of problems can arise in such a case. In the case of large-scale products such as aircrafts or ships, the data size can be on a scale so large that it requires large amount of space on the workstation and requires considerable time for exchanges. Moreover, security problems often occur in the process of data exchanges. For a company and a nation, this can be crucial. The immersive visualization of product design data is becoming more important in collaborative design. As a solution to these issues, this paper proposes a new approach using the technology of the remote visualization of CAD data. This involves the streaming of rendered graphics using COVISE and SAGE. This paper also introduces the implementation of v-DMU based on e-Science by remote visualization.
KeywordsScientific Visualization Tiled Display Remote Visualization Standard Codec Collaborative Visualization
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