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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 at Beyond Festival 2018, Karlsruhe!

Professor Aljosa Smolic presented his talk at this year's Beyond Festival 2018 titled Creative Experiments in 6 DoF VR/AR – Beckett, Swift & Trinity. Our creative collaborator, Neill O'Dwyer, exhibited ...
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Professor Aljosa Smolic presents at SCARF 2018!

On Monday, 15th October, Professor Aljosa Smolic presented at SCARF 2018 (The School of Creative Arts Research Forum), in the Neill Hoey Lecture Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub. The presentation was ...
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V-SENSE collaborates with artist Declan Dowling on film ”Faoladh”

We are delighted to be part of this art project Faoladh with Declan Dowling. Faoladh is a stereoscopic virtual reality film that follows the perilous journey of a 9th century Irish ...
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Imaging beyond imagination! V-SENSE Team presents at ICIP 2018 in Athens!

Our colleagues attended the 25th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) in the Megaron Athens International Conference Centre, Athens, Greece, on October 7-10, 2018. ICIP is the world's largest ...
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Great interview with Professor Aljosa Smolic conducted by AI Ireland for their AI In Action podcast series!

Founded in 2018, AI Awards is part of AI Ireland, a Not for Profit Business which runs a number a number of community websites and monthly meetups supporting the area ...
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