High-Performance Computing (HPC) simulations generate a lot of data, but conveying its significance outside our research communities poses challenges. This webinar shows how Blender, a general purpose, open-source, 3D rendering and animation software, can help enhances the appeal of 3D data by producing realistic and more engaging images and videos. This talk will focus primarily on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) results, but the workflow and findings can be applied or transposed to any field working with 3D visualisation.

The webinar will cover:

Given the time constraints of the one-hour session, the aim is to provide a practical overview. Follow-up resources on Blender’s usage for scientific visualisation will be shared.

This online session is open to all. It will use the Blackboard Collaborate platform.