Video is a suitable medium for studying and presenting the results of visualizing time-varying and other complex phenomena. A visualization user may have access to suitable local video equipment.
If such equipment is not available or if the requirements are more demanding than can be satisfied locally, it may be preferable to use a nationally available facility. The Atlas Video Facility at RAL is introduced in the April 1993 issue of the AGOCG newsletter Graphics & Visualization (see under AGOCG below for details). For information on the Atlas Video Facility, contact Chris Osland (firstname.lastname@example.org). There is also a national video facility in the Computer Graphics Unit, Manchester Computer Centre, University of Manchester. Any interested UK academic user can email for more information to email@example.com
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