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V-SENSE is a team of 20+ researchers (half postdocs half PhDs) in Visual Computing at the intersection of Computer Vision, Computer Graphics and Media Signal Processing. We are building a dynamic environment where enthusiastic young scientists with different backgrounds get together to shape the future in fundamental as well as applied research projects. Directions include but are not limited to:

The research project “V-SENSE – Extending Visual Sensation through Image-Based Visual Computing” is funded by SFI over five years with a substantial budget to cover over 20 researchers. This is part of a strategic investment in Creative Technologies by SFI and Trinity College, which is defined as one of the strategic research themes of the College. V-Sense intends to become an incubator in this context, to stimulate further integration and growth and to impact Creative Industries in Ireland as a whole.

V-SENSE aims to establish Trinity College Dublin as a world leading centre of excellence in creative technologies, as part of an even bigger endeavour to establish Dublin and Ireland as a centre of creative industries in general, including technology and creative production.


V-SENSE participates at the Huawei Ireland Research Summit 2017!

On Tuesday, 21st November, Professor Smolic presented on Closing the content gap for VR/AR at the Huawei Ireland Research Summit ...
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Professor Smolic presents at the The Science Foundation Ireland Science Summit 2017!

The Science Foundation Ireland Science Summit 2017 took place on Monday 13th November. This year the summit focused on the ...
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V-SENSE participates in The International Conference & Exhibition on Visual Entertainment (ICEVE) 2017, Beijing,China!

Our colleague, Sebastian Knorr (pictured), will speak at the forthcoming The International Conference & Exhibition on Visual Entertainment (ICEVE). The ...
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We are hiring! Research Fellow (Postdoc) in Creative Technologies

Post Summary The post will research, develop, pilot and demonstrate a set of professional tools and techniques for making content ...
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Congratulations to our colleague Martin Alain for receiving a Top 10% Paper Award at MMSP 2017 – IEEE 19th International Workshop!

Congratulations to our colleague Martin Alain for receiving a Top 10% Paper Award at MMSP 2017 - IEEE 19th International Workshop ...
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Join our team – we are hiring! New Research Fellow in Creative Technologies!

The post will research, develop, pilot and demonstrate a set of professional tools and techniques for making content ‘smarter’, so ...
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Seminar presentation by Professor Julián Cabrera Quesada, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

  Title: Stochastic optimal control of HTTP Adaptive streaming Abstract: HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS) is becoming a key technology for ...
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Closing the Content Gap for AR and VR presented by Professor Smolic, SFI Research Professor of Creative Technologies at Trinity College

Technology Ireland Innovation Forum/Ibec with Trinity College presents Closing the Content Gap for AR and VR on Wednesday, 18th October ...
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V-SENSE at the Intermedial Beckett Symposium Saturday, 14 October 2017, 11am – 7pm

Samuel Beckett changed the theatre forever by using the new media of his time. Since his death in 1989, the ...
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Join us at Probe with Samuel Beckett’s Play in Virtual Reality!

Samuel Beckett's Play in Virtual Reality @ Probe (Trinity Research Night). V-SENSE present their inaugural creative-cultural experiment Virtual Play at Trinity Research ...
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