Part of the New South Wales Systems Biology Initiative, the Interactorium is a platform built to visualize very large interactome datasets. It was developed in collaboration with the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales, and adapted from the Skyrails Visualisation Engine, originally developed by Yose Widjaja and previously featured on VC.
The Interactorium works as an atlas of known protein-protein interactions, responsible for inumerous biological functions and of central importance for virtually every process in a living cell. The current distribution uses the yeast protein-protein interaction dataset by Bertin et al.
On the project's site you can see a video of the visualization engine, or download it and run the application locally.