OpenSpace is open source interactive data visualization software designed to visualize the entire known universe and portray our ongoing efforts to investigate the cosmos.

Funded in part by NASA, OpenSpace brings the latest techniques from data visualization research to the general public.  OpenSpace supports interactive presentation of dynamic data from observations, simulations, and space mission planning and operations. OpenSpace works on multiple operating systems, with an extensible architecture powering high resolution tiled displays and planetarium domes, and makes use of the latest graphic card technologies for rapid data throughput.   In addition, OpenSpace enables simultaneous connections across the globe, creating opportunity for shared experiences among audiences worldwide.

Prerelease for Pluto-Palooza at the AMNH

To coincide with the Pluto Palooza at the AMNH, we are releasing a pre-alpha version of OpenSpace in binary form for Windows and Mac platforms. All information for this release is found here. was present at the Pluto-Palooza in New York and some of the OpenSpace footage is shown next to the great explanations of the mission scientists:


This Saturday we will have an unofficial demo session at the IMERSA conference hosted in Boulder, CO. The demo will be given in the Fiske planetarium after the official events and will be hosted by Carter Emmart and driven by Miroslav Andel.

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