Press Releases

Here you find all internal and external press releases of the Intel Visual Computing Institute. 


Intel's sky of technology

During “Intel Tech Heaven 2011” Intel presented innovations which are running on Intel technology. At the event which took place in New York Intel exhibited robots and tablets using Intel processor chips. Furthermore Intel... more »


2-D is so yesterday

Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” was one of the first movies to feature 3D-technology. The fairy tale movie was first recorded in 2D and afterwards converted into 3D. As one can imagine this is a very time consuming procedure.... more »


Internet TV in higher quality

Researchers in Saarbrücken want to enable mobile internet for people being on holidays. more »


How to analyze huge satellite images on computers with little processing power

Large images on small computers make prediction easier. more »


Computer science location in Saarland

An interview with switch! and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thorsten Herfet, Director of Research and Operations, Intel Visual Computing Institute at Saarland University. read more... more »


Faster data highways

A new internet protocol is supposed to handle data traffic more efficiently by removing technical barriers. more »


Minister of Economy and Science visited researchers of Saarland University at CeBIT 2011

Together with Jochen Flackus from the department C/1 – technology strategy, cooperation, international matters and location advertising – the Minister of Economy and Science of the Saarland, Dr. Christoph Hartmann, visited the... more »


3-D for everyone

Scientists from the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in Saarbrücken and the Saarland University have developed a technology that allows displaying 3D graphics in browsers without using additional programs. more »


YouTube as a role model: 3D internet for everyone

In hall 9 at the CeBIT 2011 researchers will present the results of their research cautiously as usual. But often they have more to offer than the well-known brands of consumer electronics. A good example is the German Research... more »


Computational biologists assist global network of researcher teams in developing new medicines

Many years can pass before a newly developed medicine can enter the market. Computational biologists in Saarbrücken and Tübingen would like to speed up this long and tedious process. They have developed the software BALLView,... more »

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