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Moving through virtual reality when you can’t move far in reality

Who and when? Prof. Dr. Bernhard Riecke, Associate Professor at the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University, Surrey/Vancouver Canada, is going to visit our University on Wednesday, May 25th 2016. His talk will start at 4:00 pm in the Visual Computing Lab C 061. Topic: Moving through virtual reality ...

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Understanding Flu Binding to Human Tissue

Molecular Modelling is a modern tool that generates useful knowledge for materials or drug development by understanding the underlying microscopic mechanisms. Prof. Robert J. Woods, visiting from the University of Georgia (USA), gave a research talk on one specific example for this on Friday, 22 April 2016. The topic of ...

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Hinkenjann Reappointed Adjunct Professor

Professor André Hinkenjann, Professor of Computer Graphics and one of the Directors of the Institute of Visual Computing has been re-appointed as an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of New Brunswick (UNB). This renews his prior appointment as Adjunct Professor at UNB and is ...

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New Technologies Driving Visual Computing Research

Who and when? Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marcus Magnor from the Institute of Computer Graphics at TU Braunschweig, is going to visit our university on Wednesday, April 27th. His talk will start at 2:30 pm in the Visual Computing Lab C 061. Topic: New Technologies Driving Visual Computing Research Recent developments in consumer electronics have ...

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Project EPICSAVE acknowledged!

Today, our new project EPICSAVE (Enhanced ParamedIC vocational training with Serious games And Virtual Environments) has been officially acknowledged by BMBF/DLR. The project runs for three years starting 1 March 2016. Training paramedics for critical but rare emergencies is difficult in real practice, as such rare events may not actually ...

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Welcome to the website of the Institute of Visual Computing at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences.

The field of Visual Computing covers a wide range of applications, generally related to computer environments with a visual paradigm that enable interaction and control.

Visual computing includes virtual, augmented and mixed reality as well as computer graphics, computer vision and similar fields. Technologies from these areas can open completely new perspectives in terms of analysis, creativity, interaction, decision-making and manufacturing in many industrial, research, education and training sectors.

Our main research fields include:

  • Rendering & Visualization
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Modeling & Simulation
  • Applied Experience
  • Computer Vision
  • Emerging Technologies