SiViRT Video Gallery



3D Capabilities: Scan, View, and Print.


Brittany Schier, an UTSA student and staff member, created this video demonstrating our 3D printing capabilities.
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UTSA and the Open Cloud


Rackspace created this video about UTSA research pursuing cloud computing technologies. This video includes a brief discussion about SiViRT Center and the Advanced Visualization Laboratory by DR Yusheng Feng.
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UTSA COE Student Life


UTSA College of Engineering created this video about the Engineering Student Life at UTSA. This video includes a brief discussion about the Advanced Visualization Laboratory by DR Harry Millwater.
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Lapara Medical Inc.: It began here.


On December 1, 2012, a joint team of UTSA SiViRT Center and business students, which included Richard Canty, Adam Daufen, Luis Davila, and Justin Ernest, won the Student Technology Venture Competition at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Their team, Lapara Medical Inc., developed a laparoscopic cooling device prototype for kidney surgeries as well as a business plan. The winning prize is $100,000 dollars.

Advanced Visualization Laboratory in the KENS 5 news spotlight


Local San Antonio television station, KENS 5, broadcast a news piece about the Advanced Visualization Laboratory entitled, "Picture this: UTSA unveils digital playground in new visual lab" by Wendy Rigby.
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Advanced Visualization Laboratory at UTSA


DR Ricardo Romo, UTSA's President, speaking about the Advanced Visualization Laboratory and its role to UTSA's Tier One goal at the Grand Openning of the VizLab.
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Amateur Videos on the capabilities of the Visualization Wall








Vimeo.com Channel devoted to Advanced Visualization Laboratory


Andrew Orton created a channel on Vimeo.com devoted to the Advanced Visualization Laboratory. The channel is populated with numerous videos of 3D animations inspired by SiViRT supported research. These animations were created using a video gaming software engine, Blender.
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