We are developing a web-based real-time visualization framework build on top of WebGL 2.0 with deferred rendering pipeline with support for mesh geometry data as well as volumetric data. The framework allows merging the rendering outputs of different modalities in a seamless final image. Users can add their own annotations to the 3D representations and share it with other users. Collaborative aspect cover sharing the scene, the rendering parameters, camera view, and annotations. Users can also chat inside the framework. Recently we have paired the framework with a real-time volumetric path-tracing solution allowing users to merge mesh geometry and volumetric rendering of data in the same visualization.
Ciril is a postdoctoral researcher and teaching assistant in Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Multimedia, Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. His main research interests are Computer Graphics, Game Technology, and Data Visualization. His current research includes real-time medical and biological volumetric data visualization on the web, visualization of geodetic data (LiDAR and Ortho-Photo) and high-energy physics data visualization (in collaboration with CERN).