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Massively Parallel Geometry Processing

Who and when? Prof. Dr. Michael Guthe, from the University Bayreuth is going to visit our University on Friday, July 5th 2019. His talk will start at 1 pm in the Visual Computing Lab C 061. Topic: Massively Parallel Geometry Processing Traditional geometry processing is almost always based on sequential algorithms and ...

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Grand opening of the showroom Visualization

From Virtual Reality to Big Data: The showroom "Visualization" at Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg (H-BRS, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences) offers hands-on digitalization. On 18 June, the university will open the showroom with a ceremony. You are invited to discover the many possible uses of the showroom's technical equipment during a tour ...

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Remote-Lab wins another award!

It was another big day for Professor Dr. Marco Winzker, his coworker Andrea Schwandt and their FPGA-Remote-Lab: The Global Online Laboratory Consortium awards the project the GOLC Online Lab Award 2019 in the category Remote-Lab. In 2018, the team had already been awarded by the International E-Learning Association. Iris GroƟ, Vice ...

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Realistic Virtual Humans for VR and Medicine

Who and when? Prof. Dr. Mario Botsch, from Bielefeld University is going to visit our University on Friday, January 11th 2019. His talk will start at 2 pm in the Visual Computing Lab C 061. Topic: Realistic Virtual Humans for VR and Medicine Digital models of humans are frequently used in computer ...

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Prof. Herpers stays adjunct professor @ UNB, Canada

Prof. H. Campbell, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick, recently renewed the appointment of Prof. Rainer Herpers as adjunct professor in the Faculty of Computer Science. The department is very happy to continue this long-standing cooperation with our Canadian partner. The photo shows (from left to right) ...

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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:

  • Targeting Human Potential: Health, VR & Therapy, Low Latency Rendering, Photorealistic Rendering, Multi sensory interaction
  • Exploiting Human Limitations: Perception driven Visualisation, Video Forensic
  • Human Behaviour: Human Motion Analysis
  • Digital Learning, Live Sciences & Education: Scientific Visualisation/VR/AR For Research and Education, Big Data, Machine Learning, Astronomy, Engineering Simulation, Hyperspectral Imaging
  • Games Technology: 3D Simulation, Gamification