Welcome to the new home page for Diva, a software
infrastructure for visualizing and interacting with dynamic
information spaces. Sound interesting? Find out more on the about page, view some nifty demos, or download the software.
Diva is a collaborative project between members of the Ptolemy and JavaTime groups
in the EECS department at UC Berkeley. See the Acknowledgments page for more
||Diva 0.3 is released! You've been waiting forever but your
reward is finally here....
||Web site restructuring begins, in preparation for a
Diva 0.3. Diva emerges from hibernation.
||Diva 0.2 is out! Woo-hoo! We didn't do everything we were planning to, but there's some cool stuff in there. Check it out.
||Diva upgrades to 1.2 final! Oops, we mean Java 2... The hit detection on complex shapes is screwed up, so we're going to have to produce some workarounds.
||We finally get the stable release of Diva up in its new
location. Woo-hoo! Check it out.
||Diva downgrades to JDK1.2beta4. We found that the event-handling in 1.2rc1 was extremely sluggish.
||Our new Web look. Like it?
||We missed our first release date... Our theory is that we are suffering from second-system effect already. See
the download page for the current schedule.