The YCRC has acquired three cutting edge visualization workstations for use by the Yale research community. Two of the workstations are traditional high powered desktops attached to large 4K displays. The third workstation is a high powered desktop with an HTC Vive VR system.
- Windows 10 workstation with Xeon E5-2687W v4 3.0GHz CPUs, 256GB RAM, and an Nvidia Quadro P5000 attached to a 24'' 1080p and 80'' 4K display.
- Ubuntu (Linux) workstation with Xeon E5-2687W v4 3.0GHz CPUs, 256GB RAM, and an Nvidia Quadro P5000 attached to a 24'' 1080p and 80'' 4K display.
- HTC Vive VR, Windows 10 workstation with a Xeon E5-1650 v4 3.6GHz CPU, 64 GB RAM, and an Nvidia GTX 1080Ti.
All visualization workstations are connected to the Yale Science Network for high speed data transfers from the clusters. The HTC Vive workstation is portable and therefore available for in lab demonstrations by appointment.
To reserve a visualization workstation, please use our reservation system (only available on campus or via VPN).