April 21, 2023;
In 2023, the
Day at the University of Stuttgart takes place on May 13, 2022. Together with the
"Interface-Driven Multi-Field Processes in Porous Media – Flow, Transport and
Deformation" and the
Center (VISUS), the SFB-TRR 161 will give insights into the world of visualization research.
Visitors are invited to discover how visualizations can help to extract the relevant information
from data and how they make visible what would otherwise remain hidden.
Location: Visualization Research Center (VISUS), Allmandring 19, 70569
Time: 1-7 pm
Exhibits by the SFB-TRR 161
Memory Challenge: Memorizing Scientific Visualizations
How well we can recall the information contained in scientific visualizations well
depends on various factors. At the exhibit from members of project
A07, visitors can put their memory to
the test with our visualizations by trying to memorize as much information as possible in a short
Junior Coding Lab
For young visitors who want to discover the world of programming, two LEGO robot
tables will provide the opportunity to become a robot expert. The pre-built LEGO robots are
equipped with a motor and are programmed via an app and a tablet. Visitors can either steer them
through an obstacle course or have them paint an individual work of art by adjusting various
parameters. With the Calliope Mini, young programmers can program a die for a board game.
Digitalized Working Environments
At the touch table of the SFB-TRR 161, visitors are invited to interactively
experience what virtual and mixed reality applications will be used for in working environments of
the future. The touch table was also part of the exhibition aboard the MS Wissenschaft in 2018.
Collaboration in Augmented Reality
How do users interact in Augmented Reality (AR)? This is one of the questions the
exhibit "Collaboration in Augmented Reality", which was part of the exhibition aboard the MS
Wissenschaft in 2022, investigates. Using two iPads, visitors can build a wind turbine in AR and
learn more about research on modern interaction techniques.
For the full program at the Visualization Research Center, visit the event app: