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Yesterday, we released the third candidate for CMake 3.6! Read this blog post to learn about new features among other highlights.
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This morning on our blog, we detailed the release of ParaView 5.1, which introduces a collection of filters for interpolating point clouds. Read the post to learn about more new features in the latest version of the #opensource #software #application for #scientific #visualization.
ParaView 5.1.0 is now available for download. A complete list of issues addressed by this release is available on the bug tracer. Some of the major highlights of this release are as follows: OSPRay…
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I don't see your email on the ParaView mailing list - are you sure you posted it there? That definitely does not sound like a response you would receive on the ParaView mailing list.
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We have added a new class to the #Visualization Toolkit!
For many developers using VTK, file system introspection tools in SystemTools can be very useful. One issue with them though is that they don’t always work well in parallel when trying to use…
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With the release of CMake 3.6 scheduled for July, now is a great time to test out the release candidate and let us know what you think.
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Today, we announced that version 4.10.0 of the Insight Segmentation and Registration Toolkit (ITK) is available for download! The release improves testing, +Python functionality, and much more.
Version 4.10.0 provides new and valuable capabilities for medical image analysis. On behalf of the Insight Segmentation and Registration Toolkit (ITK) community, Kitware released ITK 4.10.0. ITK is…
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Thanks, and I just post the question to the ITK mailing list.
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For those interested in the field of #computervision, we have an immediate need to hire in Lyon, France. Kitware offers a great work environment, meaningful work with impact, and generous benefits and perks. Consider applying today!
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+Luca D'Ambros have you tried posing your question on the VTK mailing lists (http://www.vtk.org/mailing-lists/)?
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Tomviz is an #opensource, cross-platform #application that visualizes electron tomography #data. Read this post by +Marcus Hanwell to learn about the new editor for opacity and color transfer.
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A new ray-tracing capability in the #Visualization Toolkit (VTK) complements functionality to rasterize images. In this blog post, we describe how the new capability performed in tests.
New capability aims to offer more insight into complex data. Kitware introduced a new capability to the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) to offer scalable, high-fidelity rendering functionality to next-…
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If you use #Homebrew, you will not want to miss this post by +Michka Popoff on its implementation with +Kitware #opensource #solutions. The post offers great insights as well as examples.
Homebrew is a package manager for OS X, which has become very popular in recent years. The homebrew-core repository provides more than 3,500 packages. There are multiple other repositories, like ho…
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If you're interested in in situ methods for HPC, our collaborator E. Wes Bethel from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab is presenting an accepted State-of-the-Art Report (STAR) paper at EuroVis2016 tomorrow, June 8. The paper brings together researchers, developers, and practitioners using in situ methods in extreme-scale HPC, presenting existing methods, infrastructures, and a range of computational science and engineering applications using in situ analysis and visualization. You can also find the abstract on the Kitware blog. Congrats to all of the authors! https://blog.kitware.com/paper-on-in-situ-methods-accepted-for-publication/
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To assist analysts to better manage #BigData, we created an open-source software system known as GoBig. Now, we plan to extend the system through a +U.S. Department of Energy Phase II project under the leadership of +Jeff Baumes. Read our blog post to learn about the goals of the project and what the system offers analysts in academic, governmental, and commercial settings.
Project addresses rapidly expanding needs of the data and analytics field. Kitware announced plans to kick off development tomorrow on a Phase II Department of Energy (DOE) Small Business Innovatio…
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Searching with the quick-launch dialogue in ParaView is now easier than ever!
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