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The advancement of High-Dynamic-Range (HDR) and 3D visualisation technologies are enabling a growing range of potential uses for virtual environments, from healthcare to entertainment and product testing. The immense quantity of computation and data involved in the production of HDR images makes its application complex and expensive.


Our Visualisation research group includes computer scientists and mathematicians, working on projects to improve the entire capture, manipulation and display process to produce increasingly authentic images which have a significant range of potential real world applications.

Members of the group also utilise the latest 3D visualisation technologies for practical purposes in a wide variety of sectors, including healthcare, cultural heritage and automotive manufacturing.

Research Areas

Our group is comprised of teams working on two areas of research:

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Current Projects

  • HDRi The digital capture, storage, transmission and display of real-world lighting. to integrate, foster and grow innovative academic and industrial activities in HDR technology from multiple disciplines and sectors across Europe.

  • Programme for Simulation Innovation (Visualisation and Virtual Experience) Research into a novel, validated Real Virtuality Platform that will provide perceptually equivalent experiences between real world scenarios and their simulated virtual world equivalents.

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Facilities include:

  • 3D Visualisation Suite - 4K resolution 3D rear projection wall (approx. 5m × 2.5m), with real-time head tracking capability

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Key Publications

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Media and Press

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