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Objectives of IAMCC
IAMCC group is the leading centre in the area of Real & virtual
& virtual communication represent key-technologies for the
development of information processing. In its function as a link between
human and human,human and cities, human and machine, the IAMCC primarily focuses on
technology transfer between universities, Research centres and
companies to obtain advantages in international competition.
The main task of IAMCC is to strengthen innovation power and competition ability of enterprises using virtual applications for communication and virtual reality and visualization techniques by:
a competence basis for virtual reality and visualization
providing a long-term basis for projects of university and research institutes training urgently needed researchers and technicians and by improving their knowledge increasing the strategic research in the public
-assisting enterprises in the use of com, VR and Vis.
IAMCC operative Program:
1- IAMCC Academy
with the virtual
between users, content definition for virtual environments
previous subprograms by IAMCC Academy:
students at Vienna University of Technology and shahid Beheshti University
in Iran in year 2001.
students at Vienna University of Technology and Azad University
Tehran in Iran in year 2002.
Partner for national & international communications :
Virtual Universities in Internet
Virtual cities for tourists
. Virtual conferencing,
Virtual Reality for Point-Based Rendering
goals include fast and realistic rendering of plants and trees for outdoor
visualization, rendering microscopy images with depth information, and
efficient display of laser range data of entire cities.
VR and Visualisation application aims on the automatic image based
modelling of existing scenes and on the organisation, simulation and
visualisation of this data. Photo realistic 3D City Model.
Environmental flow Simulation Project
flow simulation is the study of how fluid, such as water, air or snow move
in and around solid objects such as buildings in the cities or in the
mountain terrain areas. We extend the development of the AVL SWIFT
computational fluid dynamics tools which is based on Navier-Stokes
differential equation for environmental flow applications.
Simulation of Wind Environment around High Rise Buildings: The effect of buildings on the air circulation in the cities have become particularly significant because of the increasing number of high-rise buildings. It can be difficult for engineers to predict precisely how wind will behave around a building in a windy area. With numerical simulation, designs can be replicated and studied under precise and varying wind conditions to give an accurate picture of how they will have be in reality.
Feature based Modelling from Image Sequences
project deals with the feature based modelling of objects from oriented
image sequences. We use previously extracted 2D features to generate a 3D
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