VRVis, TU Wien und Masaryk Universität organisieren gemeinsam die IEEE VIS 2025 Konferenz erstmalig in Wien.
VRVis increases climate resilience of cities with new basic research project on coupled modeling of microclimate, hydrology and air pollution.
VRVis has joined AIM Global, the Global Alliance on Artificial Intelligence for Industry and Manufacturing. This strategic collaboration reflects the institution´s commitment to advancing safe, sustainable, and inclusive use of AI in industry and manufacturing.
On November 20 and 21, 2023, the City of Vienna once again hosted the Digital Days, this time at the Technical Museum. VRVis was present there with a lecture, a workshop and in the exhibition.
VRVis supports the german state of Rhineland-Palatinate with hydrodynamic modeling and visualization expertise in regards to heavy rain and flood prevention.
The museum for Robert Stolz in Graz wants to create access to the music and life of the artist for all people. Thus, in order to make some of his personal objects touchable and tangible, VRVis researcher Andreas Reichinger has implemented a tactile relief.
The IEEE VIS was held in Melbourne this year and took place in the southern hemisphere for the first time. Johanna Schmidt and Kresimir Matković represented VRVis with a talk, a capstone talk and several papers.
On October 4, 2023, VRVis research partner Hamburg Wasser published the first four parts of the open-access heavy rainfall hazard map for the city. The simulation model for it is based on the software tool Visdom.
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.