ORF reports about our software Visdom and how it can help affected municipalities to prepare for floods and heavy rain.
On April 26, 2018, VRVis opened its doors to the Vienna Daughter's Day: Girls between the ages of 11 and 16 could spend a day exploring the world of research!
The Long Night of Research took place on April 13th. VRVis was the station "In search of life: 3D reconstructions of the Mars surface" part of this event.
Researchers at VRVis and the Institute of Molecular Pathology have developed a method that bridges the gap between information about neuronal circuits and genomes.
In April 2018, President Van der Bellen, Chancellor Kurz and four ministers will travel to China with a delegation of key players from science, industry and culture. The VRVis is part of this important state visit.
With the participation of VRVis and AIT, the Austria Section of "Women in Engineering" was created. The main objective is to the support female engineers and to promote young talents.
Female students of HTL Pinkafeld won a visit to VRVis in the creative competition Women in Engineering.
Radiology imaging departments at select Dubai Health Authority Medical Fitness Centres to validate the use of Artificial Intelligence technology for Chest X-rays, which was developed by VRVis and AGFA.
Dr. Elena Ginina is new on board the VRVis and is responsible for data science.
The VRVis team wishes you happy holidays and a good start into the coming year!
[Translate to en:]
Die VRVis Weihnachtsfeier fand dieses Jahr in Linz statt!
In an interview with the NZZ, Katja Bühler talks about visualization in brain research: in a project a 4D standard brain of the Drosophila Melanogaster larva on a single cell level is created.