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Marcus Hanwell
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Physicist, chemist, scientific visualization technical leader at Kitware.
Physicist, chemist, scientific visualization technical leader at Kitware.

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Tomviz 1.3 released with major updates to the pipeline, state files, and live updates from some pipeline operators. Read more in our release announcement #OpenSource #OpenScience
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Some aspects of what I do, thinking back to my GSoC proposal so many years ago and a big proposal we should hopefully hear about any day now
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Flew Delta and made the dash from gate to train then the agonizing train from T to F in ATL - opposite ends of the terminal, thankfully made my connection and got a good sweat on doing it!
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If you are thinking of submitting a proposal please do it soon, check out our GSoC page for more details on Open Chemistry projects https://openchemistry.org/gsoc and get in touch with mentors for projects as early as possible! #OpenSource #OpenScience projects!
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Big day tomorrow, our last evening, then a drive to the New York Supreme Court tomorrow to attend our oath ceremony. Also going to try to start blogging more regularly again
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My wife and children are spoiling me with a weekend in New York City for my birthday! Tonight is amazing steak and old fashioned cocktails, can't do much better than that!!!
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A new feature I have been wanting for quite a while in VTK/ParaView - GPU rendering of isosurfaces, avoiding the need to create geometry. Looking forward to taking a look at this, and assessing how it compares to flying edges.
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Check out Microscopy Today http://www.microscopy-today.com/ featuring visualizations from Tomviz (https://tomviz.org) on the cover, and a tutorial on the visualization of volumetric data using Tomviz! #OpenSource #OpenScience #visualization
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Some thoughts on CMake superbuilds, git submodules, and how we build bigger projects and their dependencies, covering some of my experiences with different styles of builds and considerations when deciding on the structure, what to build etc
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