SciVi.Tools website is up and running

It has been a long way. The development of SciVi scientific visualization system was started in 2011 within a PhD work in Perm State University (Computer Science Department), Russia. The motivation was the lack of multiplatform adaptive tools for solving non-standard scientific visualization tasks. Multiplatform means the ability to work on desktop computers and mobile devices at the same time. In 2015 the PhD thesis was successfully defended in Moscow, but the evolution of SciVi has just begun. Since then a lot of different real-world tasks were solved (some of them are going to be presented in this blog). The concept of visualization based on artificial intelligence principles proved its efficiency in practice. SciVi was enriched with semantic filtering mechanisms, afterward – with the module enabling communication with lightweight electronic devices and finally – with the tools to generate lightweight clones of SciVi and incorporate them into the firmware of devices within the Internet of Things ecosystem. Simultaneously, specific parts of SciVi were integrated into Semograph information system within a remit of the collaboration project with the Laboratory of Applied and Experimental Linguistic Research (Perm State University). Now it's time to make SciVi as a fully featured product people can use. This website is the first step in that direction. The following steps are coming soon.