Top : Computer-Graphics
Computer Graphics Laboratory|
Stanford University. Research areas include volume rendering, rendering algorithms and systems, 3D scanning, image-based rendering, virtual reality, compression of graphics objects, user interfaces for visualization, high-performance graphics architect
Computer Graphics Group|
Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Research areas include modeling, rendering, and scientific visualization.
Caltech Multi-Res Modeling Group|
Conducts research into the mathematical and algorithmic foundations of numerical problems in computer graphics and scientific computing with a specific focus upon multiresolution techniques.
Shows the research activities in the area of Computer Graphics in the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
iMAGIS - INRIA|
Computer Graphics research center dedicated to realistic rendering, virtual reality, physical simulation, modelisation, textures, natural phenomena, and complex scenes management.
Texas University at El Paso - Interval Computations|
Presents a guide to Interval Arithmetic research featuring: open problems, applications, generalizations, bibliography, researchers' sites, ftp site, and mailing list.
Visualization and Interactive Systems Group (VIS)|
University of California Irvine. Conducts research in the areas of scientific visualization, virtual reality, image based modeling and rendering, volume visualization and biomedical imaging.
Centre of Computer Graphics and Data Visualization|
University of West Bohemia. Research areas include algorithms for computer graphics and visualization,volume data processing, methods for iso-surface extraction, mesh reduction and reconstruction from scattered data, triangular and tetrahedral mesh genera
Contains a FAQ, man pages, a mailing list, information, and example code.
Contains documentation, mailing lists, a bug database, and a downloadable release.
Conducts research into the simulation of human functionality and physics-based deformable models such as clothing and hair.
Virtual Reality Laboratory|
Involved in the modelling and animation of three-dimensional inhabited virtual worlds.
Manchester Visualization Centre|
Performs research and development in high-performance interactive computer graphics, virtual environments, multimedia, and image processing.
Santa Cruz Laboratory for Visualization and Graphics|
Conducts research in animal modeling and animation, environmental visualization, uncertainty visualization, virtual reality, nomadic collaborative visualization, tensor visualization, and flow visualization.
Center for Human Modeling and Simulation|
Conducts research in computer graphics modeling and animation techniques for embodied agents, virtual humans, and their applications.
Graphics and Visualization Center|
Pursues research in modeling, rendering, user interfaces and high-performance architectures using scientific visualization and telecollaboration in virtual environments.
Brown University Computer Graphics Group|
Conducts research in the development of human-centered, powerful, and interactive 3D graphics tools for modeling, scientific visualization, telecollaboration, and interactive illustrations.
Cornell Program of Computer Graphics|
Conducts research in architectural modeling, realistic image synthesis, digital photography, and visualization.
Computer Graphics Research at Caltech|
Conducts research that explores and develops new approaches to modeling, rendering, simulation and scientific visualization.
Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute|
Researches methods for scientific computing and develops integrated problem solving environments to allow scientists to solve computational problems in fields such as numerical mathematics, biophysics, electrocardiography, bioelectric fields in the brain,
Geometric Design and Computation|
Engaged in both fundamental and applied research in developing methods for representing, specifying, manipulating, and visualizing geometric models.
Utah Computer Graphics and Scientific Visualization|
Provides links to sites containing information related to the computer graphics research conducted at the University of Utah.
Princeton Graphics & Geometry Group|
Conducts research in real-time 3D model aquisition, shape-based retrieval and analysis, video mosaics, lapped textures, texture mapping for cel animation, and algorithm animation.
Geometric Modelling at Bath University|
Research projects include multidimensional geometric modeling, distances in geometric modeling, finding zeros of multidimensional functions, and computer algebra in geometric modeling.
Imager Computer Graphics Laboratory|
Works towards advancing the science of computer graphics, computer animation, human computer interaction, and computational geometry.
Microsoft Graphics Research Group|
Conducts research addressing a number of key underlying technologies: 3D graphics and animation, computer vision, and statistical modeling.
Office of the Future|
Uses computer vision techniques, in real time, to dynamically extract per-pixel depth and reflectance information for the visible surfaces in the Office, such as walls, furniture, objects and people.
MIT Computer Graphics Group|
Houses several research groups working on the latest computer graphics technology.
Supercomputing Institute: Scientific Visualization and Graphics|
Provides tutorials demostrating how to use some of the wide variety of tools available at the Supercomputing Institute.
Provides news, applications, games and developer documentation related to the OpenGL 2D and 3D graphics application programming interface.
IMSC Computer Graphics and Immersive Technologies Lab|
Supports research and development efforts related to interactive computer graphics and immersive technologies.
GVU Center at Georgia Tech|
Conducts research that combines in-depth studies of human capabilities, needs, and practices, cutting-edge graphical display techniques, augmented spaces that merge physical and virtual elements, intelligent sensing, and novel input, output and wearable t
Computer Graphics Lab at ETH Zurich, Switzerland|
Conducts research into the medical applications of computer science and computer graphics.
HPCMO: Scientific Visualization|
Provides links to government labs conducting research with computer graphics and scientific visualization.
Army Research Laboratory MSRC Scientific Visualization|
Conducts research in the development of new techniques for exploiting high-performance computing technology, promotes the use of scientific visualization within the DoD, makes visualization technology available to DoD researchers, and prepares video prese
Scientific Visualization at the Naval Oceanographic Office|
Its mission is to acquire, maintain, and support cutting-edge HPC capabilities for use by DoD scientists and engineers.
Electronic Visualization Laboratory at University of Illinois at Chicago|
EVL is a graduate research laboratory specializing in virtual reality and real-time interactive computer graphics.
Visualization and Graphics at UC Davis|
Research focusing on visualization, geometric modeling, photorealistic computer graphics, and immersive environments.
Max-Plank Computer Graphics Group|
Research areas include mesh processing, visualization, realistic hardware-supported shading, global illumination, and perception at the University of Saarbrücken in Germany.
University of Toronto Dynamic Graphics Project|
Laboratory for multi-displinary research in human-computer interaction and computer graphics disciplines.
University of Magdeburg Computer Graphics Group|
Graphics and Interactive Systems Laboratory. Research focuses on non-photorealistic rendering, visual communication of information, tactile graphics and synthetic holography.
BP Center for Visualization|
Devoted to advanced visualization technology, in particular for the energy industry, aerospace and medical visualization.
Computer Graphics at the University of California Berkeley|
Provides information on projects and courses related to multimedia, human computer interaction and computer graphics.
Computer Graphics at the University of Utah|
Research efforts in immersive environments, modelling, CAM, scientific visualization, medical illustration, terrain modeling and rendering, haptics (force-feedback), realistic and non-photorealistic rendering.
MAGIX Lab: Computer Graphics at UC Los Angeles|
Performs research in computer graphics and animation with a focus on virtual humans and real-time rendering.
International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications|
The main topics of the conference are: Geometry and Modeling, Rendering, Animation and Simulation, and Interactive Environments. GRAPP 2006 will be held in conjunction with VISAPP 2006: Setúbal, Portugal; 25--28 February 2006.