Such as those found in:
- Scientific visualization*
- High-resolution, immersive, and/or 3D-stereo environments
- Command and control
- Energy exploration
- Distance collaboration
*Note: David Logsted‘s scientific visualization specialty comes from spending 10 years as the primary designer, project manager, and operational supervisor for Sandia National Laboratories‘ flagship scientific visualization facilities from 2000-2010.
Institutional sectors, such as:
The picture above shows a Sandia National Laboratories’ scientist, Mark Boslough, utilizing the 31.5 MegaPixel display of Sandia’s JCEL Vislab (facility designed by David S. Logsted) to analyze a computer simulation of an asteroid explosion in the earth’s atmosphere. The high-resolution display of the JCEL Vislab provided much greater detail and insight than was possible on a standard computer display. He is pointing to a particular section of the fireball which was an eye-opener on the high-resolution display. See “Sandia supercomputers offer new explanation of Tunguska disaster” for more details.