Boris Continuum Complete Now Available for Sparks API from Boris FX

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Boris FX today announced that Volume I of Continuum Complete is now available. This comprehensive suite of native filters extends the capabilities of Discreet Inferno

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Gulf Coast Science Center Opens a Spectacular Immersive Theater Powered by SGI Technology That Allows Visitors to Experience Jerusalem – as It Stood in 1 AD

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The largest touring exhibition of the Dead Sea Scrolls and related artifacts ever seen in the United States arrives today at the Gulf Coast Exploreum science center in Mobile, Ala. Part of the Exploreum’s Gala Opening tonight is the unveiling of the Exploreum’s brand new Virtual Journeys Immersive Theater, powered by a visualization system from Silicon Graphics.
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Digital Space Theatre in New Beijing Planetarium Powered by SGI and Zeiss Provides Immersive, Hands-On Window to the Universe

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For an experience that’s truly out of this world, visitors to the 2008 Summer Games will need to go no further than the new Beijing Planetarium. The world’s first digital all-dome laser-projected real-time planetarium is powered by a Zeiss All Dome Laser Image Projection system driven by SGI(R) Onyx(R) visualization computers. In the newly opened SGI(R) Digital Space Theatre, visitors will — for the first time — see spectacular high-contrast color images including more than 37,000 stars, 30,000 galaxies, constellations, nebulae, planets, spacecraft, and deep space objects.
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Intelligent Light Announces FIELDVIEW eXtreme for SGI Reality Center Environments

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Intelligent Light today announced the introduction of FIELDVIEW eXtreme, a powerful, scalable, immersive visualization software tool for Computational Fluid Dynamics post-processing. FIELDVIEW eXtreme has been designed to be used by CFD analysts in SGI(R) Reality Center(R) facilities and effectively implements multi-pipe rendering capabilities that SGI has pioneered. Intelligent Light and Silicon Graphics (NYSE:SGI) have been associated for years and share many customers around the world. The two companies have been working together for months to bring a solution to market that exploits SGI(R) graphics systems and Reality Center facilities.
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First Institute of Oceanography Uses SGI Supercomputer for Ocean Environment Research

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Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI) today at the 85th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting announced that the First Institute of Oceanography (FIO), one of the research institutes under the State Oceanic Administration (SOA) in Qingdao, China, has installed a new SGI(R) Altix(R) supercomputing system from SGI for its ocean environment research project. The SGI(R) Altix(R) 3700 system powered by 32 Intel(R) Itanium(R) 2 processors and with 32GB global shared memory was installed and has been in full operation since September. The new supercomputing resource is used to simulate the ocean environment, ocean airflow and computation of short-term numeric global ocean data changes.
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