The Computer Perception and Virtual Reality research group HuCE-cpvrLab focuses its research on the analysis of image and video signals, haptic feedback as well as the visualization and user-friendly interaction with three-dimensional data. Using state-of-the-art input devices and visualization techniques, complex data can be processed in a novel way and made accessible intuitively.


Problems of particular interest of our research and development activities are in the area of medical image analysis and processing, optical coherence tomography and optical tracking. Virtual Reality focuses on haptics, multimodal interaction techniques and interaction in virtual environments. In the area of biometrics, we focus on the development of authentication algorithms based on fingerprints, signature and iris scans. Current research and development projects are being undertaken in the scope of computer-aided diagnosis, computer-assisted surgery, preoperative planning and optimization problems.

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Research Team