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22 Oct SAGE2: A New Approach for Data Intensive Collaboration Using Scalable Resolution Shared Displays

[embed width=300][/embed] Current web-based collaboration systems, such as Google Hangouts, WebEx, and Skype, primarily enable single users to work with remote collaborators through video conferencing and desktop mirroring. The original SAGE software, developed in 2004 and adopted at over one hundred international sites, was designed to...

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02 Sep Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment: A Novel Way to View and Manipulate Whole-Slide Images

The Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment (SAGE) was developed at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s (UIC) Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) to facilitate collaborative efforts that require the sharing of data-intensive information for analysis. SAGE is a cross-platform, community-driven, open-source visualization and collaboration tool that enables...

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29 Apr Omegalib: A multi-view application framework for hybrid reality display environments

[embed width=300][/embed] In the domain of large-scale visualization instruments, hybrid reality environments (HREs) are a recent innovation that combines the best-in-class capabilities of immersive environments, with the best-in-class capabilities of ultra-high-resolution display walls. HREs create a seamless 2D / 3D environment that supports both information-rich analysis...

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07 Mar The health bar: a persuasive ambient display to improve the office worker’s well being

[embed width=300][/embed] Recent research studies have shown the serious health risks associated with prolonged sitting. Standing up and walking on a regular basis has been proved to improve an office worker’s well-being. Small behavioral changes like the aforementioned are the basis of preventive medicine and even...

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06 Mar Immunohistochemical Evaluation of Bleeding Control Induced by Holmium Laser and Biolase Dental Laser As Coagulting Devices of Incisional Wounds

Laser use in the medical field brought many enhancements to clinical and surgical procedures. Many different devices are now available for dental use. Lasers have sterilizing and coagulative effects that greatly reduce intra-operative bleeding, postoperative pain and inflammation, which in turn enhances the healing process...

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