Virtual Reality Research
The following research facilities [commonly called VisLab's] are key
to the ongoing development of virtual reality and it's application
to business and everyday activities.
USA - The Visualization and Intelligent Systems Laboratory
involved in basic and applied research developing intelligent systems
for automatic object recognition, learning in computer vision and
pattern recognition, multimodal biometrics, image and video databases,
autonomous navigation, network monitoring and intrusion detection,
remote sensing, manufacturing, and various industrial, medical,
and biological applications. It undertakes research in computer
vision, pattern recognition, image processing, machine learning,
multimedia databases, robotics, man/machine interfaces, computer
graphics, CAD/CAM, geometric modeling, perception, transportation,
and the environment. Research is also directed for integrating computer
graphics, computer vision and image processing in scientific and
San Diego, USA - UCSD Cancer Center Collaboration,
Tele-Manufacturing Facility, Molecular Interactive Collaborative
Environment, High-Density Tiled Display. Download free
scalabe visualization toolkits and other image tools developed
by the SDSC visualization team.
VisLab, Texas - Texas Advanced Computing Center and
the University of Texas offers access to visualization hardware
and projection screening [immersion] rooms.
Reality Applications Center, Iowa - Iowa State University
developing computer interfaces that integrate virtual environments,
wireless networking, pervasive computing and third generation user
Sydney, Australia - High-Performance Visualization,
Communication and Computing Research Laboratory The Visualisation
and High-Performance Computing Laboratory (ViSLAB) : Data Visualization
(both Scientific and Information Visualization), Computer Graphics,
Computer Vision, Collaboration Technologies, and Human-X-Interaction/Interface.
Queensland, Australia - VisLab
provides access to a rich IT and user interface development lab.
It has a number of tiled computer displays and a Linux-based Access
Grid available for development. Download
free Access Grid Toolkits
University, Italy - The Artificial Vision and Intelligent
Systems Laboratory, involved in basic and applied research developing
machine vision algorithms and intelligent systems for the automotive
Portugal - application of computer vision in the context
of robotics: active vision, visual based control, 3D-reconstruction,
motion analysis and segmentation.
- The Laboratory of Neurobiology is devoted to the study of the
visual brain, its organization and its functioning in health and
ALSO SEE: Typical Uses
of VisLabs By Businesses
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