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Career Development Award for Rachel McDonnell

Congratulations to Rachel McDonnell of GV2 for being awarded a 2014 Career Development Award (CDA) from Science Foundation Ireland for her project, Game Face: Perceptually Optimised Real-Time Facial Animation. More details: https://www.tcd.ie/news_events/articles/five-trinity-researchers-win-starting-investigator-or-development-awards/4835#.U-joDYBdWnI

ARTIVVIS: Real-time Time-variant Volume Visualisation project funded by SFI

John Dingliana and Michael Manzke of GV2 are PI's of a new project funded by the SFI Investigators Programme 2013. The project will start in September 2014 and will combine elements of perceptually adaptive graphics and high performance graphics computing to provide novel solutions for visualisation of highly complex volumetric data sets.

Press release on the SFI Investigators programme: [SFI] [Irish Times]

"Look Me In The Eyes" - STAR at Eurographics 2014

Congratulations to Kerstin Ruhland and Rachel McDonnell of GV2 and their co-authors for a State of the Art Report accepted to Eurographics 2014. The report, which is titled "Look Me in The Eyes", deals with the state of the art in eye movement and appearance in computer graphics.

Motion in Games event covered in the Irish Times

The recent Motion in Games conference hosted by GV2 is covered in a recent article in the Irish Times. More details HERE.

Premiere of Terry Pratchett's "The Duel" produced in collaboration with GV2

A new CG-animated short set in the “Unseen University” of fantasy author Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld made its world premiere on 16th October at a special screening at the Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin. The Duel was produced by the Animation Hub, a collaboration between the Irish School of Animation at Ballyfermot College of Further Education, Giant Animation Studios and GV2.

GV2 Paper Accepted to SIGGRAPH ASIA 2013

Congratulations to GV2 members, Ludovic, Kenneth, Katja and Carol and their co-authors who have a paper accepted to this years SIGGRAPH ASIA 2103 Conference. The paper is titled "Evaluating the Distinctiveness and Attractiveness of Human Motions on Realistic Virtual Bodies" and the authors are Ludovic Hoyet, Kenneth Ryall, Katja Zibrek, Hwangpil Park, Jehee Lee, Jessica Hodgins and Carol O'Sullivan.

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