The corona crisis shows how essential Visual Computing methods are to make large amounts of data exploitable: Simulations allow highly realistic scenarios and prognoses about the further development of the pandemic.
20th anniversary celebration
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.
VRVis presents the tactile reliefs and the Multimedia Guide for Museum Objects at the Wiener Forschungsfest.
VRVis and KHM Vienna presented the tactile relief and the Multimedia Guide for Museum Objects for barrier-free museums of tomorrow at the Zero Project Conference 2020.
On December 19, 2019, our researcher Thomas Ortner presented the 3D GIS program MINERVA at the European Space Research and Technology Center in Noordwijk, Netherlands.
The VRVis team wishes you festive holidays and a happy New Year!
VRVis converted two historical works of art into tactile reliefs for the Lower Austrian Provincial Exhibition 2019 "World in Motion".
Under the leadership of VRVis, 11 European institutions came together to make museums fit for the 21st century thanks to Key Enabling Technologies.