The INDIGO research team is systematically documenting the graffiti on Vienna's Donaukanal, using these photos to create a digital twin of the walls. VRVis is currently contributing its technological expertise to the project.
With the help of 3D printing (additive manufacturing), spare parts for defective trains can be produced more easily and in a sustainable way as well as faster and cheaper - a great potential for the climate-friendly future of train transport companies.
The aim of the application project IVC Multi is to research novel intelligent visual computing methods supporting decision-making in automotive industry, medicine, and life sciences based on ensembles of heterogeneous, multi-scale and/or multi-temporal data.
The aim of the project IVC Stream is to research novel visual computing solutions for simulation and measurement data.
This project aims at accelerating and automating image-based decision making with an application focus on medicine, recycling and quality assurance processes in manufacturing.
The strategic project of the area is the organizational and scientific hub for the realization of the area-wide intelligent visual computing approach for analytics and modelling based on ensembles of dense grid-based data, derived data, and digital embedding.
Within the project Larvalbrain 2.0, a dynamic multi-scale multi-level atlas and data collection of structural, molecular, physiological, and behavioral results of Drosophila melanogaster larvae will be established.
VRVis a founding member of the Austrian BioImaging/CMI, which is a professional consortium of multiple Austrian science institutions and the official Austrian Euro-BioImaging initiative.
COMULIS is an EU-funded COST Action that aims at fueling collaborations in the field of correlated multimodal imaging (CMI).
Visual computing for medicine: image processing solutions for new applications in radiology.
In this project we develop new methods from the field of visual analysis and machine learning to automate the quality control and quality assurance of glass articles.
The long-term vision of this applied research project is to use available data resources to improve image-based diagnostics based on complex data in daily clinical routine.
The strategic project forms the organizational and scientific hub for the realization of an area wide integrative visual computing approach. It covers joint strategic research and development on fundamental challenges in all application projects.
For centuries, neuroscientists have been mapping the brain. Until now, the step from simple maps to a generally accepted model has proved to be extremely difficult. In this project, a 4D atlas of the brain of the fruit fly larva is being built.
Visual computing techniques for the automated detection of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.
Software for the use of multi-modality images in external radiotherapy.
Next generation workflows for interactive knowledge generation from images and simulations.
The analysis, visualization and exploration of high-dimensional image spaces are the subject of the KAFus project.
To enable people to live an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable life, applications by VRVis contribute to 10 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Due to this, VRVis is now nominated for the Austrian SDG-Award.
VRVis was invited to present its workflow for a digital, interactive exhibition archive for Schloss Trautenfels in this year´s IÖB Challenge.
New VRVis AI method that boosts confidence in computer-aided diagnosis receives the eAward 2021.
On March 3, 2020, Katja Bühler, head of our Biomedical Image Informatics Group, was awarded with the renowned TU Women's Prize.
Florian Ganglberger's short paper received an Honorable Mention at the EG VCBM 2019.
Visual computing for computer-aided diagnostics and operation planning.
A. Neubauer, M. T. Forster, L. Mroz, R. Wegenkittl, K. Bühler, STEPS - An Application for Simulation of Transsphenoidal Endonasal Pituitary Surgery, in Proceedings of IEEE Visualization 2004, pp 513-520. 2004, IEEE Vis 2004 Best Applications Paper
The European project SUMMER won the award 'Les étoiles de l'Europe'.
Sebastian Zambal, Jiří Hladůvka, Armin Kanitsar, Katja Bühler, Shape and Appearance Models for Automatic Coronary Artery Tracking, WON MICCAI 2008 Contest: 3D Segmentation in Clinic: A Grand Challange.
J. Beyer, M. Hadwiger, S. Wolfsberger), K. Bühler, High-Quality Multimodal Volume Rendering for Preoperative Planning of Neurosurgical Interventions, in IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 13(6) pp.1696-1703 / Proceedings of IEEE Vis 2007, Vis 2007 Best Application Paper
A. Neubauer, Endoscopy for Preoperative Planning and Training of Endonasal Transsphenoidal Pituitary Surgery.
C. Langer, M. Hadwiger, K. Bühler, Interaktive diffusionsbasierte Segmentierung von Volumendaten auf Grafikhardware, Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin 2005; GI Informatik Aktuell; Springer Verlag. pp 168-17, BVM 2005 Best Poster
S. Wolfsberger, M. Donat, A. Neubauer, K. Bühler, T. Czech, E. Knosp, Virtuelle Endoskopie in der transsphenoidalen Hypophysenchirurgie, CURAC 2005 Best Poster
M. Meissner, B. Lorensen, K. Zuiderveld, V. Simha, R. Wegenkittl, Volume Rendering in Medical Applications: We've Got Pretty Images, What's Left to Do?, in IEEE Visualization 2002