In 2015, the Departments of Signal Processing and Pervasive Computing established a national-wide infrastructure facility Centre for Immersive Visual Technologies (CIVIT), directed by Assoc. Prof. A. Gotchev. CIVIT is jointly funded with 2 M€ investment by the Academy of Finland and TUT and hosted by TUT. The Centre provides research facilities and expertise in the sectors of visual content creation and representation of visual data, advanced displays, and user experience. Equipment includes multiple camera systems and rigs, active and passive range sensors; displays ranging from ultra-high definition and high-dynamic range, through stereoscopic and multi-view, to light-field and holographic prototypes; high-precision high-speed eye tracker and motion trackers. CIVIT is a valuable tool in the realization of many research projects in the area of ultra-realistic 3D scene capture and advanced visualisation as it allows access to an unprecedented level of high quality, state- of-the-art equipment in an economically efficient way. All branches of visual technology are available without having to allocate significant portions of the research project’s resources for equipment purchases, allowing it instead to focus purely on research and achieving the objectives set.
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