With its interactive multimedia guide for museum objects, VRVis has made it onto the shortlist for the global World Summit Awards (WSA) 2023.
VRVis researcher Andreas Reichinger wins the WSA Austria 2023 in the "Culture & Heritage" category for his established, innovative applications in the field of inclusive digitalization.
VRVis and InPlan have received the eAward 2023 in the category "Sustainability & Smart Data". Together they are developing a visualization and simulation tool that optimizes the energy design for buildings.
To enable people to live an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable life, applications by VRVis contribute to 10 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Due to this, VRVis is now nominated for the Austrian SDG-Award.
For their project on SRR-based land monitoring, VRVis and several partners have been awarded the ICT Austria Jewels 2023 in the category "Sustainable Digitalization".
XR-expert Katharina Krösl of VRVis is one of four female information technology researchers on the shortlist for this year's Hedy Lamarr Preis.
VRVis was invited to present its workflow for a digital, interactive exhibition archive for Schloss Trautenfels in this year´s IÖB Challenge.
Tactile panorama relief received IIID Award 2023
The inclusive tactile panoramic relief, developed and designed by VRVis for the Graz Museum Schlossberg, was awarded the Universal Design Award 2023 in three categories.
The Gesellschaft für Verbraucherstudien (ÖGVS) recognizes VRVis for its strong innovation and patent performance with the Innovation Award 2023.
The first Europe-wide VRVis Visual Computing Award 2023 goes to Gaia Pavoni (ISTI-CNR) and Thomas Höllt (TU Delft).
The paper "Comparative visualization for noise simulation data" of the Interactive Visualization Group was awarded at the Electronic Imaging conference "Visualization and Data Analysis".