The Data Visualization Space of the TU Wien Bibliothek provides infrastructure for experimenting with and implementing 2D and 3D visualization projects. A 3D-capable, floor-to-ceiling LED wall (format 220 x 480 cm) and optical head and hand tracking, with the help of shutter glasses, enable visualization in 3D stereo and thus an intuitive and immersive experience of complex interrelationships of digital data for groups of about 10 people. The 3D LED wall installation allows the use of a wide range of interactive 3D applications and is supported by the computing and graphics card power required for this purpose.
The opposite video wall is an interactive touch wall consisting of LCD displays with an IR touch frame (size 409 x 121 cm). It is driven by a controller that enables various operating scenarios and allows up to six simultaneous users to operate content simultaneously using standard gestures. A single 65" touch screen with 4K resolution on the back of the touchwall allows the display of the same content for accessible operation by wheelchair users.
Both video walls are also playable via external players.
A stereo audio system is available for each of the installations.
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Doron Goldfarb
If you are interested, please contact Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Doron Goldfarb (see contact details).
Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure
Experimental space for teaching for collaborative and interdisciplinary development and implementation of 2D and 3D visualisation projects, virtual reality experience as an immersive community experience for science education and citizen science.