In a full day workshop the Consortium partners presented the results of the two year project ATLANTIS to the EU-Reviewers.
Two years of research on Diminished Reality and Artificial Intelligence for indoor planning have produced exciting results.
On May 5th 2022, the Atlantis project had its first real and official trade fair appearance at the e-commerce expo in Berlin.
This time user tests took place in in Stockholm/Sweden and Linz/Austria. The focus was again on non-professional users.
Last week, user tests on the current status of the Atlantis project took place again in Stockholm.
All planned interviews could take place and we got again more insights into consumers' expectations.
Ethics Advisory Board (EAB) meeting. With Hannes Robier, Usability and User Experience Expert and Prof. Eva-Lotta Sallnäs Pysander, Human Computer Interaction Expert.
We asked Richard Whitehand, Senior Usability & UX Specialist at USABILITY PARTNERS (UP), to give us a short update on ATLANTIS from UP´s perspective.
Usability Partners in Stockholm is the UX research partner in the ATLANTIS consortium and has been conducting a variety of user research studies for the project.
Atlantis has the potential to radically change the way we design our living spaces. We asked Petros Drakoulis, research-assistant at CERTH, to give us a short update from CERTH‘s point of view.
Together with an international team, Roomle is working on the ATLANTIS research project to develop an innovative authoring tool. We asked project partner Albert Ortig, Roomle CEO, for a little update.
Imagine being able to remove that bulky closet from the wall or to delete an entire bed from the room and make space for something new!
We are currently conducting interviews and user tests with professionals on our Atlantis research project.
The Atlantis team wishes everybody Happy holidays and a nice summer!
5 July 2021
To make an app as user friendly as possible our designs are tested before we release it for mass use. What better way to do this than to conduct usability testing?
29 June 2021
Here are our first drafts of the Atlantis app, which we share exclusively with you. Of course, these are only drafts, in the end the whole thing will probably look different in detail, but I think you'll get a pretty good impression of the direction we're thinking.
16 -18 June 2021
The Plenary Meeting is a three-days meeting of the project partners. Within these 3 days, all work packages are gone through, the time schedules and the next steps in the project will be discussed.
17 May 2021
Project partners giving insights: We asked the ATLANTIS project partners 3 questions about the ongoing research project to find out their background and motivation.
11 May 2021
The compact information about the ATLANTIS project is now available as a 2-pager. Go for it!
16 April 2021
Be the first to get insights into the AR/DR research project Atlantis. We are looking for people from the furniture retail and interior design industry to participate in our user tests! Read more in the blog post:
6 April 2021
Reality is what you make of it? Well - this doesn’t always mean adding some stuff. Wouldn’t you sometimes like to “photoshop” things out of your life? Then we are talking about Diminished Reality already.
23 March, 2021
Together with an international team, Roomle is working on the ATLANTIS research project to develop an innovative authoring tool. It will permanently change the way we design our living spaces. We asked project coordinator Georg Thallinger, from JOANNEUM RESEARCH, to give us a little update.
28 January, 2020
Did you miss the ATLANTIS presentation at Stereopsia 2020 - Virtual edition? No worries, you can now (re)watch it on Stereopsia Youtube Channel.
11 December, 2020
With ATLANTIS, users can visually remove real objects in the scene with the help of the Diminished Reality technology. You can find out more about the project in the video.
25 November, 2020
We would like to share with you ATLANTIS info tube, where you can find technical results and details of the project.
30 October, 2020
ATLANTIS project will take part in the Stereopsia virtual event - a great a place of fantastic opportunities and relationships between XR professionals.