The Horizon2020 project ARCHES, coordinated by VRVis, was shortlisted for the Horizon Impact Award from more than 200 projects.
On October 13, 2000 a group of people from research, politics and industry cut a green opening bow - thus the VRVis Center for Virtual Reality and Visualization was born.
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Understanding how the brain works is one of the biggest challenges addressed by neuroscientists today. Modern neuroscience research is extremely data-intensive and requires special software infrastructures to enable and accelerate the discovery of the complex interplay of genes, structure and function.
The "Mars-DL" project is investigating how a deep learning system can support the research work of planetary scientists through object and pattern recognition. For this project VRVis has extended the functionality of PRo3D to automatically render shatter cone training images.
Heavy rainfall events are increasing throughout Europe. In the EU project RAINMAN, VRVis has developed an interactive model to visualize the course and consequences of possible flood scenarios caused by heavy rainfall for the city of Graz.