We are 70 motivated people who are passionate about technology and research. We are experts in the field of visualization as well as Virtual & Augmented Reality. We are a team; at work and beyond!
We are Austria's leading research institution in the field of visual computing. We present data, contexts and issues in the best possible visual and interactive form. You see something and you understand it. Images are a universal means of communication: they are understandable and accessible.
According to the needs of our customers, we let the pictures speak differently, for example in interactive presentations or flexibly combinable visualizations. From the research prototype to the implementation in the company's own software framework, we offer solutions for all requirements. Our offer ranges from consulting, research and feasibility studies to application-oriented research and development to customer-specific solutions. In addition, we offer support in the selection of a suitable funding instrument, the application process as well as in reporting.
About our research center
We see our task in building a bridge between science and industry. Our team of more than 70 employees works to strengthen the innovative power of mainly domestic companies and to promote technology. We are familiar with the language, the market and the needs of companies from a wide range of industries, and can thus serve as translators between research and industry.
VRVis Zentrum für Virtual Reality und Visualisierung Forschungs-GmbH was founded in the year 2000 as part of the "K plus" funding programme run by the Austrian government. VRVis has been a K1 centre under the succeeding COMET (Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies) programme since 2010.
Today VRVis Forschungs-GmbH is Austria's leading institute for application-led research in visual computing and has received international acclaim for its work. Together with the TU Vienna, the TU Graz and the University of Vienna, it forms one of the largest research clusters in Europe to focus on computer graphics and plays a prominent role in the research initiatives run by the government and the city of Vienna.