As part of the Vienna Science Festival at the Vienna City Hall, VRVis shows what accessible art of the future can look like with the help of visual computing. To touch and try out for yourself!
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.
During the summer months, VRVis has for many years offered the opportunity to get a taste of the world of research as part of a student internship.
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.
How does a researcher spend her day? Computer scientist and researcher Lisa Kellner shares a closer look into her work.
Pupils as well as students get the opportunity to get a taste of research at VRVis.
On July 22, 2019, Johanna Schmidt gave young women insights into her work as scientist at VRVis at the "International Summer Academy in Engineering for Women" and discussed career and career entry opportunities.
On 25 April 2019 the VRVis opened its doors again for the Daughter's Day. Girls aged 11-16 got the opportunity to spend a day in IT and research.
This summer, several pupils were able to work at VRVis and get a taste of science.
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!
Female students of HTL Pinkafeld won a visit to VRVis in the creative competition Women in Engineering.