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Investment in Digital Twins will revolutionise urban development
22 August 2019
With today’s technology that enables the creation of digital twins, a car or airplane can be modeled, simulated and optimized before it leaves the drafting table. A progress that is about to become reality even for something as complex as whole cities. Swedish innovation agency Vinnova have recently announced a grand and long-term investment into a Chalmers based competence centre that will lead the development.
Hiber´s Browser-Based Game Platform has been given SEK 10 million in funding
8 August 2019
The Gothenburg-based gaming company Hiber, one of the startups in The Game Incubator, has after its recently completed financing round, been given in SEK 10 million in funding to further develop its browser gaming platform.
AVD 2019 speaker's interview: Pawel Podwojewski
6 August 2019
In October it is time for Architectural Visualization Day 2019, which will be held at Visual Arena at Lindholmen Science Park for the sixth time. One of the speakers is Pawel Podwojewski. Pawel is an entrepreneur focused on architecture and visual arts. In 2009 he founded MOTIV which is now an international practice.
Visual Arena is an Important Collaborative Platform for the Academy
17 June 2019
Visual Arena offers the right conditions for a successful collaboration as a neutral meeting place for the parties. This was the conclusion of Gothenburg Visualisation Centre's final report. The academic party also confirms how Gothenburg has been able to fortify its strong position within visualisation research thanks to Visual Arena.
Newly Created VR Showroom Opens Ovako's Doors
14 June 2019
The steel company Ovako has made it possible to visit all Ovako production locations with a newly created VR solution and a headset. The innovative solution has been developed together with CLVR Works and IVAR Studios. The collaboration began last year at a meeting at Visual Arena.
AVD 2019: Check out Chloé Le Reste
29 May 2019
Architectural Visualization Day 2019 takes place in October. First out at AVD 2019 is Chloé Le Reste. Chloé is an architectural photographer inspired by minimalistic and clean aesthetics, who currently lives in Paris.
VR to simulate dangerous situations on construction sites
13 May 2019
Skanska has initiated and developed the project 'Step into Safety' in cooperation with VR and AR company OutHere. The purpose of the project is to improve safety on constructions sites by using VR to simulate dangerous situations. The goal is to bring about a long-term change in behaviour. This was all on the agenda when Skanska and OutHere held a seminar on safety on construction sites.
The Normviz project: new cityscapes that break norms
10 May 2019
The vision for cities of the future is open, inclusive, diverse and lively. However, the images that visualise future city districts are often stereotypical and give a one-sided picture of environments and residents. For whom is the city actually built? Normviz is a research project on norm-creative visualisation in urban development conducted by Visual Arena at Lindholmen Science Park.
Simplicity – The New Innovation Speakers Proposal Submission
29 March 2019
Apply to be one of the speakers at Lindholmen Software Development Day already today! Lindholmen Software Development Day is a neutral arena for cross-industry knowledge sharing in software development.
Changes in Visual Arena's Organisation
7 February 2019
Åsa Andblad has been the head of Visual Arena since 2018 while the regular program director Mia Leterius was working with another programme within Lindholmen Science Park. Now Mia is moving on to new challenges outside of the company.
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