Science Visualization Lab

Butterfly }Pieris{ Effect
See through the eyes of butterflies and appreciate biodiversity
The Big-Bug Immersion

Processes to create high-detailed models of endangered species


Gene-editing and the cell "Action in the Nucleus"

Virus Dice

SARS-Cov-2 and the chance of staying healthy

Our Earths

An immersive VR science experience of the future

Primordial soup and the anthropological impact
Boundaries of Visualization

Collaboration is everything?

  • Expeditions to Hidden Worlds exhibition by Science Visualization Lab in the MuseumsQuartier Vienna
  • Virus Dice Interaction Lab installation at Werkschau Schmiede Hallein 2021
  • NOISE AQUARIUM at Ars Electronica 2018
  • Blood-Brain Barrier
  • CRISPR/Cas9-NHEJ: Action in the Nucleus
  • CRISPR/Cas9-NHEJ: Action in the Nucleus showing at Klang Moor Schopfe festival 2019

Science Visualization Lab
of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Science Visualization

The common understanding of modern scientific research becomes more and more difficult as activities are carried out in size and time ranges we cannot perceive with the unaided eye. The key to understanding is often a visualization of these hidden processes. The Science Visualization Lab at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria, specializes in making invisible scientific phenomena visible and disseminating this visual information in research and artistic exhibitions. The primary objectives of the lab are keeping the authenticity of the scientific data used, while also crafting captivating and imaginative artistic expressions.