The research institute VRVis Zentrum für Virtual Reality und Visualisierung receives the green light for four more years of top-level visual computing research.
The newly established "Innovation Award" honors companies and research institutions holding the most patents. VRVis was awarded with a special prize.
The VRVis Annual Report 2019 informs about our projects, achievements, major highlights and successes of the past year.
VRVis and SOBOS create new prediction accuracy for water levels by combining forecast algorithms, hydrodynamic simulation and 3D visualization.
At the EuroVis 2020, VRVis was again strongly represented with contributions from our researchers Katja Bühler, Johanna Schmidt and Kresimir Matkovic.
Joint brochure of VRVis and SBA Research provides insights into Viennese research centers.
At the invitation of "Der Standard", Kresimir Matkovic shared his experiences during the first pandemic weeks. Here the text in full length.
Dimitrios Lenis and David Major presented their paper on the research topic "Explainable AI (XAI)".
Due to the current corona situation, the VRVis birthday festivities have to be postponed. An alternative date is in progress.
Regardless of exit and legal restrictions, VRVis continues to operate as usual through work@home.
March 8 is International Women's Day: an excellent occasion to introduce our researcher Katja Bühler, who was awarded the TU Women's Prize 2020 only a few days ago.
The VRVis presents the tactile reliefs and the Multimedia Guide for Museum Objects for the barrier-free museum of the future at the Wiener Forschungsfest.