This platform allows you to virtually explore the JSS3 Exhibition Hall. We hope you thoroughly enjoy your visit!
Let's commence our tour of the exhibit hall.
To kick things off, we'll guide you to the exhibit room currently designated for this tour (1 minute and 40 seconds).
Now, let's move on!
We'll head over to the JSS3 Supercomputer Room.
The layout of the exhibition room and the JSS3 computer room is outlined in the floor plan below.
We'll transport you to the computer room (in 23 seconds).
We'll whisk you away to the computer room via the Spa-coco car!
Experience a 360-degree view of the room in this video (2 minutes and 13 seconds).
Feel free to adjust your viewpoint using your mouse.
Let's go next!
Let's now acquaint you with the operation team and their utilization of the supercomputer.
Efficiently harnessing the power of a supercomputer is no simple task. The operation team strives to make it "user-friendly" to meet the diverse needs of researchers (3 minutes and 14 seconds).
we'll also introduce numerical simulation technology employing supercomputers.
SS is a vital resource for numerous researchers, generating a multitude of significant outcomes.
Take a closer look at the "Results of using JSS."
Please see the website of "Outcomes of JSS"
New Visualization Technology by MR (Mixed Reality)
The Supercomputer Application Section consistently employs cutting-edge technology to visualize the outcomes of numerical simulations. Currently, our focus is on presenting 3D numerical simulation results through holographic displays, utilizing state-of-the-art Mixed Reality (MR) technology.
This technology entails projecting holograms into our field of vision via wearable devices like HoloLens, providing us with a lifelike perception of objects. The holographic images remain stationary even as we change our position, and we have the capability to interact with them, such as manipulating them with our hands.
Now let's have a look at what we can do with the MR device.
<Basic operation of MR device>
<Some examples of displaying numerical simulation results>
We have also prepared an enjoyable demonstration using this technology. In this activity, we invite participants to engage in a creative endeavor: "Let's design a vehicle for Spacocco to ride in!" The design concept involves utilizing fundamental shapes such as cones, cylinders, cubes, and triangular plates. Here's an example of the "Design a Vehicle Spacocco Rides In!"
Students are tasked with crafting a "cool airplane" for Spacocco, combining these basic shapes. Given that this marks the first occasion for humans to "position a three-dimensional object in space" (excluding the weightless environment of outer space), it presents an exciting and novel challenge, appealing to individuals of all ages, including adults.
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We are developing this website to offer people in other countries the opportunity to explore our supercomputer exhibit. We will keep improving it as we move forward.
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