Guilherme Gonçalves, a PhD student from MASSIVE Virtual Reality Laboratory was awarded the Professor José Luís Encarnação 2019 prize. The prize was awarded to the publication “Impact Of Different Sensory Stimuli On Presence In Credible Virtual Environments” published in the international journal IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. Miguel Melo, José Vasconcelos-Raposo e Maximino […]
The INCLUDING project seeks to provide a full-fledged and comprehensive training in the RN security sector at the European level where MASSIVE will contribute to the creation of VR training scenarios for Radionucler emergencies. Starting from the existing training resources of the Partners in the Consortium, in most cases developed in the framework of EC […]
In 22 March, the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Portugal visited the MASSIVE Laboratory of INESC TEC, during its visit to the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD), in Vila Real. In 2017, INESC TEC opened the MASSIVE Virtual Reality Laboratory, which is the most advanced laboratory of the Iberian Peninsula […]
Miguel Melo, researcher of the Centre for Information Systems and Computer Graphics (CSIG) was invited to be part of the Executive Committee of Eurographics, an European professional association for Computer Graphics. The researcher will take the position of Assistant Secretary for a period of two years, after which he will be Secretary of an association […]
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The project on Technology and Education comprises the very research on the fields of VR and language learning and teaching, more exactly EFL language and learning.
The SIMPROVE project’s fundamental purpose is to significantly raise the state of the art in the field of simulation and training of health-care professionals.
The CHIC – Cooperative Holistic View on Internet and content project is supported by Portugal 2020 funds, with a total approved budget of nearly 10 M€, CHIC was submitted by a consortium of 24 entities headed by MOG Technologies, S.A.