March 1-2, 2019 The Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications (LAVA), the Hawaii Data Science Institute and the Academy for Creative Media System jointly hosted the 1st meeting in the world bringing Indigenous researchers into discussions surrounding the future of Artificial Intelligence. Called the Indigenous Protocol and Artificial Intelligence Workshop, the event was organized by the Initiative for Indigenous Futures, Old Ways New, and the Canadian Institute […]
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October 10, 2018 Professor Jason Leigh, founding director of the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & Applications (LAVA) is awarded $233,518 from TEIN for LandSage- a project to provide decision support for monitoring and mitigation of natural disasters (landslides, mudflows, and floods) in Southeastern Asia using Cyber-enabled Collaboration, Analysis, Navigation and Observation Environments (CyberCANOEs). This project will […]
June 2018 The Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & Applications receive a $46,194 award from the National Security Agency in Hawaiʻi to conduct research and development in next-generation visualization and user interfaces for analysing large document collections.
September 15, 2018 CyberCANOEs (Cyber-enabled Collaboration Analysis Navigation & Observation Environments) are environments that allow groups of users to collaborate over large amounts of data using a shared tiled display wall. CyberCANOEs are driven by a software system called SAGE2– the Scalable Amplified Group Environment, that is co-developed by the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & […]
The SAGE Development Team at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & Applications (LAVA) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago recently received one-year supplemental funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to their SAGE2 award, in the amount of $527,000, to focus […]
August 1, 2018 Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & Applications and Oceanit receive $100,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the United States Department of the Army. The project called DynaCoVE – Dynamic Collaborative Visualization Ecosystem aims to design and prototype a unifying framework to seamlessly integrate the Army’s heterogeneous visualization platforms, which include mobile devices, […]
VERGE Hawaii was held in Honolulu from June 11-14, 2018, attracting attendees worldwide interested in learning about the state-of-the-art in the energy industry. Professor Jason Leigh, director of the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications (LAVA), and his graduate student Ryan Theriot presented a talk and a panel on their visualization tool for understanding Hawaiʻi’s […]
May 3, 2018 Computer Science PhD students, Alberto Gonzalez, Dylan Kobayashi, and MS student Ryan Theriot won the $10,000 2018 University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Business Plan Competition. The students demonstrated a new collaboration software platform called RendezView. All three students are research assistants at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications.
February 3 & 4, 2018 ICS students (Patrick Karjala, Anna Sikkink), Academy for Creative Media student (Kari Noe), and Learning Technology student (Dean Lodes) demonstrated Kilo Hoku Virtual Reality Voyaging Canoe Simulator at Bishop Museum’s Wayfinder’s Weekend event. The event was a collaboration between LAVA, Academy for Creative Media System, Booz Allen Hamilton, Barclays, PCATT, […]
February 1, 2018 Professor Jason Leigh, director of the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications (LAVA) delivers the keynote talk at the Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality conference at the Society for Imaging Science and Technology’s Electronic Imaging 2018 conference in San Francisco. The talk “Surfing the Wave of VR in my CyberCANOE” introduced audiences […]