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Rechenraum e.U.

 Contact data
StreetStutterheimstraße 16-18/2/20a 
ZIP, City, Region 1150 - Wien (Vienna) 
Phone+43 (0)681 81502316 
EmailSend Email
Webhttp://www.rechenraum.com 
 Contact person

Dr. Simon Flöry
 Employees (Total)
Total: 1-10  number of researches: 2
 Competencies

 Central aim of organisation
We develop efficient yet robust 3D software to process, analyze and model 3D data.

 Briefly describe your organisation
We at Vienna based SME Rechenraum e.U. develop research-based algorithmic solutions to process 3D data in production technologies, medical engineering and 3D sensor technology. We work in teams of mathematicians, computer scientists and engineers to support our customers and partners in mastering unique challenges.

 Core Competency

Research & Development

 ICT sectors:
- ICT Applications     
   - Geographical Information Systems (GIS)     
   - Industrial Application     
- Multimedia, Pattern Recognition     
   - Visualisation     
   - Virtual and Augmented Reality      
   - Computer Graphics     
   - Pattern Processing     
- Cognitive Systems, Interaction and Robotics     
   - Automation     
   - Robotics     
   - Sensor Technology     

 ICT keywords
Geometry Processing, CAD/CAM Algorithms, Point Cloud Meshing, 3D Shape Matching, Mesh Deformation
 RTD Experiences & Publications

 Austrian Research and Development Projects
  Coordinator  Partner 
Non-cooperative Projects (Single projects)        
Cooperative Projects
Education Projects (Thesis, ..)
Stimulation and Support Projects

 RTD Experience
The team at start-up Rechenraum has been working at national and international universities, research institutions and companies for many years. We dispose of comprehensive experience in leading and collaborating national and European research projects.

 Publications
among others:

Christian Kapeller, Braulio Sespede, Matej Nezveda, Matthias Labschütz, Simon Flöry, Florian Seitner and Margrit Gelautz: A workflow for 3D model reconstruction from multi-view depth acquisitions of dynamic scenes, Proc. OAGM 2018, 2018.

Murat Arikan, Michael Schwärzler, Simon Flöry, Michael Wimmer and Stefan Maierhofer. O-Snap: Optimization-Based Snapping for Modeling Architecture. ACM Trans. Graphics 32/1, #6, 2013.

Niloy J. Mitra, Simon Flöry, Maks Ovsjanikov, Natasha Gelfand, Leo Guibas, and Helmut Pottmann. Dynamic geometry registration. In Proc. SGP 2007, pages 173–182, 2007.

 Inserted / Updated
2014-10-22 / 2018-06-15