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 goal of the project MARAMT is to develop a software framework to significantly reduce the effort required to work with existing and future complex cyber-physical systems.
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.
This project is dedicated to training and workflows in Mixed Reality.
With Augmented Reality, simulation results of car engine noises become visible.
A more efficient way to create operating manuals from existing databases for product life cycle management using Augmented Reality.
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.
Improving and combining multiple sensors to increase the accuracy and reliability of modern surveying equipment.
VRVis researcher Katharina Krösl received an Honorable Mention at the IEEE VR 2022 for her dissertation "Simulating Vision Impairments in Virtual and Augmented Reality."
The paper "Neural Cameras: Learning Camera Characteristics for Coherent Mixed Reality Rendering", which was written with VRVis participation, was awarded the Best Conference Paper Award at ISMAR 2021.
Our VR/AR specialist Katharina Krösl was awarded the Young Experts Award of the Austrian Computer Science Day 2021.
ARCHES was selected from nearly 400 projects from all over the world as one of the finalists in the category "Inclusion & Empowerment".
Daniela Stoll receives the EPILOG Best Poster Award and Elitza Vasileva the Siemens Award for Excellence 2020.
The EU project ARCHES is nominated for the Heritage in Motion Award 2020.
Horizon2020 project "ARCHES" receives Austrian WSA Award 2020 for the use of key enabling technologies in barrier-free art education.
The Horizon2020 project ARCHES, coordinated by VRVis, was shortlisted for the Horizon Impact Award from more than 200 projects.
Katharina Krösl won the Best Research Demo Award with the live demo of her project "XREye".
Katharina Krösl was awarded with the 3rd place in the Thesis fast forward track of the SIGGRAPH 2019 in Los Angeles in August 2019.
Paper "ICthroughVR: Illuminating Cataracts through Virtual Reality" by Katharina Krösl is nominated for the Best Conference Paper at the IEEE Virtual Reality conference, which takes place from 23 to 27 March 2019 in Osaka (Japan)!
VRVis wins the eAward 2019 for the project VR Fire Safety Training in the category "Training".
The eAward honors IT projects with the greatest customer benefit. The VRVis is nominated in three categories!
VRVis received two awards at this year's CESCG taking place from April 10-12, 2017 in Smolenice, Slovakia.
A Best Poster Award and a Best Poster - VAST Challenge Choice Award at the IEEE VIS go to VRVis! The IEEE VIS took place 1st to 6th October 2017.
VRVis and dsts advisers to executives KEG received the "eAward 2011 Lower Austria" for their project "Virtual Reality Biofeedback Training.
N. Brändle, T. Matyus, M. Brunnhuber, G. Hesina, H. Neuschmied, M. Rosner, Realistic Interactive Pedestrian Simulation and Visualization for Virtual 3D Environments, in Proceedings of Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM 2009):pp.179-184, VSMM 2009 Best Paper