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#augmented reality

  • June 5, 2023
    The evolution of industrial maintenance
    As part of its collaboration with the Rovereto-based company PAMA, the Vision Technologies Research Unit at FBK's Digital Industry Center oversaw the development of computer vision modules for remote troubleshooting and industrial maintenance through an augmented reality-based application. The solution developed ensures data security, allows for user experience customization, enables predictive analytics, and facilitates the creation of maintenance ticket and intervention requests.
  • July 22, 2022
    Thanks to technologies developed by FBK researchers, 3D models of several archaeological finds on Doss Trento can now be viewed by the public
  • July 6, 2022
    An international recognition for semantic video understanding
    The FBK TeV Unit made a significant contribution to the team that came in first in the EPIC-KITCHENS competition on egocentric vision.
  • January 11, 2022
    Reliving the Underground Trent thanks to Augmented Reality
  • December 20, 2021
    So it was, if you like
    TOTEM: A dip into the past through the eyes of the present and with the help of 3D
  • March 30, 2021
    PAST TO PRESENT: rediscovering history through augmented reality
    Chiese Valley in Trentino combines tradition and innovation to rediscover the history of Fort Larino and the Great War
  • April 4, 2017
    Augmented reality: the “Replicate” and “Spark” projects at FBK
    What if we could simply pick up our cell phones, capture the interesting stuff around us and bring take it into our future 3D virtual lives? To find out more about it, we interviewed two experts in this kind of technology: Paul Chippendale, from FBK, and Gaetano Cascini, from the Polytechnic University of Milan.
  • January 4, 2016
    The Marr Prize goes to FBK
    The Marr prize, awarded every two years to the best scientific article on artificial vision, was won in the last edition by Trento-based Fondazione Bruno Kessler for a study conducted in collaboration with Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University.