At the panel discussion, representatives of the Austrian RTI scene spoke about important technology tools for the green turnaround.
At TU Wien, everything revolved around the topics of geodesy and geoinformation for a whole day. On this occasion, VRVis presented its latest related projects
At TU Wien, everything revolved around the topics of geodesy and geoinformation for a whole day. On this occasion, VRVis presented its latest related projects.
The innovative VR application from VRVis and Geodata makes tunnels more reliable and safer.
On June 30, 2022, the VRVis opened its doors to the interested public.
Informatics Dean Gerti Kappel and TU professors Wolfgang Kastner and Peter Puschner visited the VRVis to learn more about its cutting-edge visual computing research activities.
Several VRVis researchers and key researchers were present at this year's edition of the most important European visualization conference.
In the joint research project, a new basic model for flood protection for the entire German federal state is being developed based on Visdom.
Hamburg's municipal water supply and wastewater disposal company "Hamburg Wasser" joined VRVis as a research partner in the flood protection domain in the fall of 2021.
Automotive industry combines simulation methods and domain expert knowledge to reduce noice pollution.
The "VRVis Visual Computing Award" highlights visual computing research that develops sustainable and human-centered solutions.
The certification of the project partner DAHLEM by the state of Baden-Württemberg shows the high technical quality standard of the simulation software Visdom used for heavy rain hazard maps.
VRVis presents sustainable and safe VR fire safety training at the Long Night of Research on May 20, 2022 on invitation of the Ministry of Climate Action.