The concept of remote visualisation (RV) is to perform computation and initial display generation on a remote system. The images are then streamed and displayed on a local system. An interactive back-channel is provided. Thus the user is able to visualise and interact locally in real-time with the data on the remote system using its memory, disk space, CPU and GPU power.
|Overview RV||What is remote visualisation? How does it work?|
|Getting started ...||Quick guide for using a terminal shell|
|VNC Server on Login-Nodes||Remote Desktop on Login Nodes (no Graphics Cards!)|