The Media Computing Research Group performs basic and applied research on the conception, design, and development of interactive multimedia systems and investigates the consequences of their use.
FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Markus Seidl, Bakk.
Head of Research Group
The main research topics of the group are human computer interaction, game design, information visualization, visual analytics, auditory display, multimedia signal processing, computer vision and multimedia retrieval.
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Selected projects

ImmBild - Location Assessment by Computer Vision

Location is key – especially when it comes to real estate value. “ImmBild” aims at developing a new method for estimating property value using computer vision of satellite data.

SoniTalk - an Open Protocol for Data-over-Sound

While interconnectedness amongst our devices increases rapidly, SoniTalk aims at developing an open protocol for ultrasonic device communication that fully preserves the privacy of the user.

MEETeuX

Multi-Device Ecologies Towards Elaborate User Experience discusses issues of relevance regarding interaction design and user experience design and aims at an integrated use of media technology devices...

VisOnFire. Understanding and visualizing workflows

Visual Analysis of Large and Heterogeneous Scientific Workflows for Analytical Provenance. - A new visual forensic tool realizes the visualisation of data analysis workflows and helps to increase the ...