1. If using supercomputers (e.g. at IUCC) - need visualization over internet at development and execution stage. Within Israel this already became possible for us from the last communication upgrade, at least when when using OpenGL between systems on which it is installed. (Thanks to Hank Nussbacher and Moshe Goldberg for helping with tests on this.)

  2. For experimental collaborators the visualizations provide a common language, but we cannot expect them to have powerful graphical workstations, so must be able to show results over internet.

I will now describe one Computational/Experimental collaboration where Visualization plays a central role.