Between computer science and music: VRVis researcher Martin Riegelnegg covers a broad range of disciplines. He is fascinated by identifying similarities in patterns, which enable him to derive fundamental structures. At any moment, he can count on his curiosity and the joy he finds in developing processes.
For more than ten years, VRVis has been developing flood simulation technology together with the Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management at TU Wien: the result is Visdom, an internationally leading tool for flood and heavy rainfall simulation.
To observe fragmented agricultural areas reliably using satellite data, VRVis is developing an application based on Super-Resolution Reconstruction (SRR) together with Agrarmarkt Austria, EOX and the University of Salzburg.
In order to create a pleasant ambiance for the events in the new Opus Arena for up to 13,000 visitors, VRVis and Zumtobel Lighting supported the building project with its lighting simulations.
Projects, patents, publications – our just completed annual report gives an impression of what happened at VRVis in 2022. It shows i.a. the contribution that our innovations are already making to sustainable development.
The 25th edition of EuroVis conference put Leipzig at the center of visualization research and practice in June 2023.
On May 31st 2023, VRVis showcased its VR application for training in ammunition logistics and management, developed in cooperation with Heereslogistikschule.
MA45 "Wiener Gewässer" has conducted a pilot study to review the sewer discharge capacities of the 19th district. For this project, it has relied on the simulation software Visdom of VRVis and the expertise of RIOCOM.
The tactile panorama relief by our Multiple Senses group was again awarded for its convincing universal design.
The interactive map for natural hazards in Austria, HORA, now becomes three-dimensional and thus HORA 3D.
HORA, die interaktive Landkarte für Naturgefahren in Österreich, wird dreidimensional und damit zu HORA 3D.
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.
VRVis researcher Attila Szabo, together with corporate partner rmDATA, revolutionizes the way laser scanner and photogrammetry data is handled through interactive human-in-the-center access.