- Duration: started Feb 2018
- Project leader: Michael Wimmer
3D spatialization creates the link between the internet of cities infrastructure and the actual 3D world in which a city is embedded in order to perform advanced computation and visualization tasks. Sensors, actuators and users are embedded in a complex 3D environment that is constantly changing. Acquiring, modeling and visualizing this dynamic 3D environment are the challenges we need to face using methods from Visual Computing and Computer Graphics. 3D Spatialization aims to make a city aware of its 3D environment, allowing it to perform spatial reasoning to solve problems like visibility, accessibility, lighting, and energy efficiency.
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|Johannes Unterguggenberger, Bernhard Kerbl, Markus Steinberger, Dieter Schmalstieg, Michael Wimmer
Fast Multi-View Rendering for Real-Time Applications
In Eurographics Symposium on Parallel Graphics and Visualization, pages 13-23. May 2020.
|Wolfgang Tatzgern, Benedikt Mayr, Bernhard Kerbl, Markus Steinberger
Stochastic Substitute Trees for Real-Time Global Illumination
In Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games, pages 1-9. May 2020.
Planetary Rendering with Mesh Shaders
|Alessio Arleo, Christos Tsigkanos, Chao Jia, Roger Leite, Ilir Murturi, Manfred Klaffenböck, Schahram Dustdar, Silvia Miksch, Michael Wimmer, Johannes Sorger
Sabrina: Modeling and Visualization of Economy Data with Incremental Domain Knowledge
In IEEE VIS 2019. October 2019.
|Florian Michelic, Michael Kenzel, Karl Haubenwallner, Bernhard Kerbl, Markus Steinberger
Real-time Rendering of Procedural Planets at Arbitrary Altitudes
Poster shown at I3D 2019 (21. May 2019-23. May 2019)