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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.


Intermedial Play/Virtual Play, in Association with Samuel Beckett Summer School

A public presentation of Virtual Play, the inaugural V-SENSE Creative Technologies project. LOCATION: Arts Technology Research Laboratory (ATRL) DATE AND TIME: ...
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V-SENSE talk: Dr. Ronny Hänsch, Post-Doctoral researcher, TU Berlin

Speaker: Dr. Ronny Hänsch, Post-Doctoral researcher, TU Berlin Venue: Maxwell Theatre in the Hamilton Building Date & Time: Thursday 1st ...
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Silicon Republic Feature

Silicon republic Feature: "What is the future of video technology?" by Elaine Burke Watch: 'Video Everywhere' Event ...
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Dr Laura Toni talk Invitation: Wednesday 26th April at 2pm

Speaker: Dr Laura Toni, Lecturer University College London Venue: Large Conference Room, O’Reilly Institute Date & Time: Wednesday 26th April ...
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Launch of the Trinity Centre for Creative Technologies & Media Engineering (CHIME) Thursday 23rd February

Provost, Patrick Prendergast, opened the Trinity Centre for Creative Technologies & Media Engineering (CHIME) on Thursday 23rd February. The event ...
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Dr Jordi Pont-Tuset talk: Monday 24th April at 11:30am

Speaker: Dr Jordi Pont-Tuset, Post-Doctoral Researcher at ETHZ Venue: Large Conference Room, O’Reilly Institute Date & Time: Monday 24th April ...
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