Under the direction of the VRVis research centre, 11 institutions came together to make museums fit for the 21st century thanks to Key Enabling Technologies.
VRVis participated in the IEEE VIS 2019 conference with two papers and an information booth.
Marina Lima presented a Virtual Reality project at the two renowned conferences ISMAR 2019 and WCVRI 2019 in China. Our Key Researcher Dieter Schmalstieg held a keynote.
The VRVis running team was again represented at the Vienna Night Run on 24 September 2019.
On 17 October 2019, a technology workshop for the financial sector took place for the first time at the Wirtschaftskammer Wien, which was co-chaired by VRVis and TU Vienna.
On October the 8th, 2019 the start-up "Aardworx" founded by VRVis employees was awarded as Start-up of the Year by Austrian Cooperative Research (ACR) as part of the ACR Enquete 2019 in the Vienna Chamber of Commerce.
The paper "Feasibility Study For Automatic Bird Tracking and Visualization from Time-Dependent Marine Radar Imagery" by the Biomedical Image research group introduces a new tool that analyzes vertically recorded radar images with a specially programmed bird tracking algorithm.
Katja Bühler, head of our Biomedical Image Informatics group, discussed the possibilities of future diagnostics at the first "The Brainstorm Festival" in Vienna on September 27, 2019.
Our researcher Cornelia Travnicek won the "Fuck-up Projects" event on 25 September 2019.
VRVis presented the tactile reliefs of the Multiple Senses research group at the European Researchers' Night
From 13 to 15 August 2019, the "Data Science, Statistics & Visualisation (DSSV)" conference took place in Kyoto (Japan), where Elena Ginina, Head of Data Science at VRVis, participated.
The VRVis was represented with a full paper, a poster, two short papers and a panel participation at the VCBM conference in Brno from 4 to 6 September 2019.