November 12, 2010

Bridge scientific visualization, art with Houdini

Bring your research to life

Your University Libraries’ 3D Animation Lab is pleased to offer Side Effects Houdini software. Houdini serves as a bridge between scientific visualization and art, so you can now bring even complicated subject matter to 3D life.

Houdini has been used to create stunning digital animations and scientific visualizations for companies such as Alcon, universities such as Harvard and scientific education programs on The Discovery Channel and The National Geographic Channel, to name a few. Now you can use it in the 3D Animation Lab, second floor east in the Library, for scientific visualizations for your own research.

For more information, contact David Bennett, 3D Animation Lab administrator, at david.bennett@ttu.edu.

 

 

 

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