VRVis supports the german state of Rhineland-Palatinate with hydrodynamic modeling and visualization expertise in regards to heavy rain and flood prevention.
VRVis increases climate resilience of cities with new basic research project on coupled modeling of microclimate, hydrology and air pollution.
VRVis, TU Wien und Masaryk Universität organisieren gemeinsam die IEEE VIS 2025 Konferenz erstmalig in Wien.
VRVis and the Science Visualization Lab at the University of Applied Arts Vienna want to provide artists and cultural institutions with a new option to present digital creations in immersive settings. ARTverse aims to build an open platform for art production, teaching and dissemination in VR.
In a research project for Rhineland-Palatinate, VRVis is creating a cooperative digital hydro twin for the German federal state to support the development of protective measures against heavy rain and river flooding.
Construction sites are highly dynamic places, which makes complete and convenient documentation all the more important. As part of the "AI5production" program, VRVis and rmDATA are investigating whether mobile devices with LiDAR and high-resolution cameras are suitable for automatically recording construction processes in 3D.