VRVis Research Center for Virtual Reality and Visualization, Ltd. (98840)

  • 8010

    Inffeldgasse 16 Graz


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Graz University of Technology is a scientific partner of the VRVis Research Center for Virtual Reality and Visualization. VRVis is a so-called K-plus competence center, a joint venture in Research & Development for virtual reality and visualization undertaken by five academic institutes and renowned Austrian companies. VRVis bridges the gap between scientific research and commercial development and supplies the necessary transfer of knowledge between the academic community and industry (see also www.vrvis.at). Two institutes at Graz University of Technology are involved in VRVis research projects: * The Institute of Electrical Measurement and Measurement Signal Processing. * The Institute of Computer Graphics and Vision hosts the VRVis area AR2 (application research area "Virtual Habitat"). The programme of this application research area is aimed on: a) the automatic and semi-automatic technologies enhancing the quality/cost ratio of the generation of photorealistic 3D models of virtual habitats, b) the 3D data management and visualization methods, and c) the automatic and accurate reconstruction of specimen using a new digital microscope. Keywords: City Modeling; 3D Urban Data Visualization; Advanced Digital Microscopy Subject areas: Digitale Bildverarbeitung und Graphik Co-operating partners: ABIS-Softwareentwicklung Ges.m.b.H. (Austria) Alicona Imaging GmbH (Austria) Automation X GmbH (Austria) AVL List GmbH, Graz (Austria) CURE Center for Usability Research and Engineering, Wien (Austria) Geodata (Austria) Imagination Computer Services (Austria) Institut für Computergraphik, TU Wien (Austria) Institut für Elektrische Meßtechnik und Meßsignalverarbeitung, TU Graz (Austria) Institut für Maschinelles Sehen und Darstellen, TU Graz (Austria) Mischek ZT (Austria) No Limits Informationstechnologie (Austria) ÖFAI Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Wien (Austria) TIANI Medgraph GmbH (Austria) Vega X Forschung & Entwicklung (Austria) Funded by: Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation & Technologie (Austria) K-plus Kompetenzzentren Programm (Austria) TiG Technologie Impulse GmbH (Austria) Wiener Wirtschaftsförderungsfonds (Austria) Contact: leberl@icg.tu-graz.ac.at For further information please see: http://www.vrvis.at or. ........... (under construction)

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cultural heritage Earth & Environmental Sciences
Pooling Mathematics
visualization Earth & Environmental Sciences
artifact Earth & Environmental Sciences
Complementarity Mathematics
Pyramid Mathematics
Feature Extraction Mathematics
Feature extraction Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 1978 2018

What have we learned from deep representations for action recognition?

Feichtenhofer, C., Pinz, A., Wildes, R. & Zisserman, A., 2018, IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2018.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

Detect to Track and Track to Detect

Feichtenhofer, C., Pinz, A. & Zisserman, A., 22 Oct 2017, IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), 2017.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

Editorial: Photogrammetry and Industry

Granshaw, S. I., Dowman, I., Förstner, W., Hoffmann, C., Leberl, F. & Walker, S., 2017, In : Photogrammetric Record. 32, 158, p. 74-92 19 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalEditorialResearch

Open Access


Incremental learning of object detectors using a visual shape alphabet

Andreas Opelt (Recipient), Axel Pinz (Recipient) & Andrew Zisserman (Recipient), 2006

Prize: Prizes / Medals / Awards


Projects 2001 2006

Object Reconstruction from Image Sequences

Leberl, F. & Klaus, A.

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Project: Research project

Creative Histories The Josefsplatz Experience

Sormann, M. & Karner, K.


Project: Research project


Klaus, A., Gruber-Geymayer, B., Karner, K. & Zebedin, L.


Project: Research project