We are developing a web-based real-time visualization framework build on top of WebGL 2.0 with deferred rendering pipeline with support for mesh geometry data as well as volumetric data. The framework allows merging the rendering outputs of different modalities in a seamless final image.
Károly Zsolnai-Fehér will speak at this year’s NATO Conference in a panel with Maciej Surowiec, Director of Governmental Affairs at Microsoft, Tim Hwang, Director of Ethics and Governance of AI Initiative at Harvard / MIT among others.
Microtubules are long, hollow tubes present in each of your cells. They help to maintain the shape of the cell, and they form rails along which material is transported throughout the cell. They even help with the cell division.
Katharina Krösl, Researcherin am VRVis und am Computergrafik Institut der TU Wien, wurde mit ihrem Paper "ICthroughVR: Illuminating Cataracts through Virtual Reality" auf derKonferenz IEEE Virtual Reality, die vom 23. bis 27.März 2019 in Osaka (Japan) stattfindet, für das Best Conference Paper nominiert!
The visualization group at TU Wien has an open position for a working student (Werkstudent). This position will be financed by the Smile Analytics project, aiming at improving the digital fabrication of dental prosthetic devices. The candidate will be working with a team consisting of academic researchers and industrial partners. The candidate should investigate aesthetic aspects of “smiling” and should derive suitable visualization techniques for previewing dental treatment outcomes at an early stage.