A research team led by Wulf Haubensak (IMP), in collaboration with VRVis, found the basis of intuitive decisions in the brain. The findings were published in the renowned journal eLife.
The research results of the Horizon2020 project ARCHES, coordinated by VRVis, have been awarded several awards in the past months.
VRVis gives a presentation on the use of Artificial Intelligence for space research at the ÖAW symposium "The Mars Rovers and Austria".
Press release: VRVis provides the 3D viewer PRo3D developed for planetary research for scientific purposes.
The Horizon2020 project ARCHES, coordinated by VRVis, received the renowned Heritage in Motion Award in the category "Apps and Interactive".
VRVis and ÖAW developed within the FWF project "LocaPhoto" an innovative sound localization model for a realistic 3D sound simulation based on 3D head scans. Now the method is available as a patent.
Our researchers Thomas Ortner and Johanna Schmidt presented their research work at the virtual VIS 2020.
At the Austria Summit of the international VR conference in Nanchang, VRVis presented a number of selected projects as examples of Austrian top-level research.
Press release: VRVis focuses on comprehensible and trustworthy AI to optimize radiological workflows
At this key conference VRVis presented new visualization techniques for Interpretable AI as well as tumor segmentation on multimodal medical images using deep learning methods.
VRVis presented at this year's virtual Europlanet Science Congress the research work around the simulation of Mars training data for Deep Learning.
As part of the Long Night of Research, our researcher Bettina Schlager presents her project "VR fire protection training" and gives insights into her everyday work.