The expertise of our Multiple Senses research group is in high demand – read all about it in various recent press articles:
The Beaucoup project's multisensory, inclusive toolsets enable barrier-free exploration of and interaction with cultural heritage targeted at older adults.
The CosmoWeather research project aims to develop VR and AR solutions for experts and the general public to make the research field of space weather more accessible and understandable.
VR and AR provide new solutions for the automotive industry, especially in the prototyping phase: Perfect digital VR twins can be used to easily check how new designs or adaptations affect the prototype.
The research project CognitiveXR focuses on developing a platform that enables cognitive augmentation in the smart city domain by seamlessly integrating augmented reality, edge computing, and artificial intelligence.
The virtual reality solution developed by VRVis in collaboration with the Vienna State Opera enables digital collaborative stage design and construction rehearsal processes - independent of the actual stage space.
The applied research project Lightbox 2.0 focuses on the development of a photogrammetric 3D scanner for automatic and deep learning-based modeling of all kinds of keys.
An augmented reality solution for optimizing process development in laboratories and monitoring ongoing experiments supports pharmaceutical research.
Development of extended reality technologies to create virtual maneuver scenarios based on real geographic data.
XREye synthesizes innovative VR, eye-tracking, and visual simulation technologies for simulating visual impairments in virtual and augmented reality.
New technologies and security policy developments bring a paradigm shift for the Austrian armed forces. The use of information and communication measures entails both challenges and opportunities: for combat, security and rescue manoeuvres.
ARCHES - Accessible Resources for Cultural Heritage EcoSystems was an EU-funded Horizon2020 project coordinated by VRVis.
Fire training for non-professionals is expensive, complicated and dangerous. The solution: a simulation in a virtual environment.
Barrier-free access to art and museums for blind and visually impaired people through 3D technology.
With Augmented Reality, simulation results of car engine noises become visible.
With the KAUST Scene Generator three-dimensional road networks can be generated from open-source OpenStreetMap data.
Localization of Virtual Sound Sources: Effects of Pointing Method, Visual Environment, and Training.
In order to preserve the architectural heritage, we use methods of photogrammetry, thermography, photometry as well as laser scans to carry out inventories, recognition and documentation of changes in protected buildings.