VirtualCity@Chalmers

Within the profile area Virtual Cities we have accepted the challenge of developing a virtual simulation tool aiming at facilitating further progress toward more sustainable societies — VirtualCity@Chalmers. The purpose of the tool is to simplify the planning and evaluation of the development and building of our societies.

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DemoVirPEN

The goal of the project is to develop a virtual planning and scenario analysis demonstrator where the user can move in a visual and auditory 3D environment with added visualization of selected factors, primarily noise levels. These levels will then be connected to health effects, such as increased risk of hypertension or sleep disturbance.

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Holophysical Workspaces

Based on our vision for holophysical workspaces: physical spaces designed for natural interaction with physically realistic holograms, continued work focuses on creating a user controlled mixed reality to bridge the real and the virtual.

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CIVIC

The CIVIC project will facilitate and support transport to, from and around urban construction sites that minimizes disruptions in the surrounding community and optimizes energy efficiency.

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Data Fusion in Urban Modeling & Visualization

Data Fusion (carried out 2015-2016) has been an interdisciplinary pilot project on urban modeling and data visualisation, involving geo-visualisation, architecture and urban planning, transportation and logistics, applied acoustics, interaction design, and computer graphics.

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Data Intensive Visualization and Analysis

The DIVA collegium will train the next generation of visualization and analysis experts who will be equipped with the necessary skills to cope with the major challenges for 3D visual presentation and understanding in data intensive application environments.

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Interactive 3D Deformable Bodies

This project is about designing new data structures and algorithms to obtain more accurate animations of deformable bodies in real-time. This will be achieved by leveraging the computational capabilities of the graphics cards mounted on consumer-class PCs (GPUs).

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