The VRVis developed a virtual reality application for cooperative, military geographic planning and virtual mission planning.
The leading computer graphics conference in Europe was held virtually this year from Vienna. VRVis was represented with several contributions.
Theatrical art has always created new worlds through costume and set design. The Vienna State Opera, in collaboration with VRVis, is now using virtual reality and virtual stage planning for the development of stage sets.
Katharina Krösl and Bettina Schlager, both researchers in our Multiple Senses Group, made contributions at the IEEE VR 2021 conference.
Association of nine domestic research institutions in the field of imaging becomes part of the European research infrastructure consortium Euro-BioImaging.
What does a researcher actually do all day? Computer scientist and researcher Johanna Schmidt gives an insight into her varied day-to-day work.
With travel restrictions and security requirements, research stays on site are currently difficult. Nevertheless, Denis Gracanin from Virginia Tech is a visiting researcher at VRVis from February 1 to May 31, 2021.
Using PRo3D, a flyover rendering of the Jezero Crater landing zone on Mars was created from NASA Mars Rover imagery by Austrian visual computing experts Joanneum Research and VRVis.
Viennese start-up Visplore enables intuitive analysis of Big Data for Industry 4.0 as well as the energy industry.
PRo3D visualization tool from VRVis and Joanneum Research is part of current NASA Mars mission.
Mathematician and computer scientist Dr. Katja Bühler, long-time head of the Biomedical Image Informatics research group at VRVis, takes over as scientific director of the Vienna COMET Center at the beginning of 2021. She succeeds TU Vienna Professor Werner Purgathofer in the position.
The VRVis team wishes you festive holidays and a happy and healthy New Year!