Computational science and engineering is a field of study in which computers are used to analyze present states based on huge amounts of data and also for predicting future conditions. Numerical simulations are performed for various purposes, such as verifying natural disasters, optimizing industrial processes, and analyzing meteorological phenomena and atomic-level behavior.
The newly installed system is equipped with an interactive function similar to the one offered by the advanced π-CAVE 3D visualization facility. The remote controller enables forward and backward movements of the displayed image as well as changes to the viewpoint in the vertical and horizontal directions. By enabling the observation of data from various positions, the system deepens the researchers' understanding and helps them to make new discoveries.