VRVis will be part of this year's Vienna Science Festival from September 9-11, 2022 with its tactile reliefs and interactive multimedia guide for museum objects.
From September 9-11, 2022, VRVis shares insights into its work in inclusive digitalization and invites children and teens ages six and up to create tactile reliefs and artwork with their own hands.
VRVis presents tactile reliefs for accessible art thanks to visual computing at the Vienna Science Fair.
At the Vienna Science Fair, the VRVis team showed visitors how visual computing makes the world a better place for everyone - by making art accessible to blind and visually impaired people through tactile reliefs developed by visualization research from the Viennese research institution.
At the VRVis booth, especially the youngest visitors are able to learn about the important contribution computer science makes to a better world of the future.
"Please touch the artwork!" is the motto from Friday, September 9, to Sunday, September 11, at the Vienna Science Festival in the Vienna City Hall, when VRVis researchers will provide insights into their work in the field of inclusive digitalization. The solutions for accessible museums of the future - specially developed tactile reliefs and an interactive multimedia guide that complements them - developed as part of the EU-funded and VRVis-coordinated Horizon2020 project ARCHES will show how key enabling technologies can be used to make art experiences inclusive and accessible.
VRVis can be found on all three days in the festival hall of the Vienna City Hall at booth no. 7. Alongside hands-on experience of our inclusive IT solutions, the VRVis team also invites children from the age of six to create their own tactile reliefs and 3D objects out of modeling clay. We look forward to welcoming visitors of all ages!