Video of AMELIA in action

For those who didn't notice: Quantum_Leap posted a link to a video of AMELIA in action. AMELIA is the Atlas Detector of CERN project which uses Irrlicht and irrKlang, about which I blogged last time. The video is quite big in size, but shows the cool GUI and the impressive detector.

three comments, already:

120 MB!? omg.
erik - 27 08 07 - 21:02

@erik – True, pretty big. This was not intended for public release yet, but Niko’s post is prompting me to finally put the AMELIA website online, where reduced size versions of the video will be available. I expect to have it online tomorrow.
Meanwhile, you can watch on youtube reduced size versions of an animation I did some time ago explaining how ATLAS works:
Part I – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYRQpcJVQ..
Part II – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUkzyDbMQ..

JP
Quantum_Leap - 28 08 07 - 06:12

Wow!
You know, I applied for a summer job at the CERN – unfortunately they didn’t take me.
Gauntlet () - 28 08 07 - 17:44


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