Wolfgang Höhl is an assistant professor for 3D computer graphics and xR-technologies at Technical University of Munich (TUM). He is a registered expert for the European Commission and EU-funded projects. He performed national funded projects, has served as an expert evaluator and is active as a reviewer and consultant. As an architect he has a professional background in sustainable energy concepts, computer aided architectural design, 3D-visualization and solar simulation.
The research institute conducts consulting, research and development in the area of 3D computer graphics, visualization concepts and new emerging interaction technologies for serious purpose in engineering, city planning, architecture and life sciences. Current activities focus on Smart Cities and the Digital Humanities in the development of serious games and applied interactive technologies using Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality settings.The research institute does consulting in conceiving, developing and evaluating applications that deploy innovative interfacing and interaction technologies. The institute can also take over assistance with project conception and proposal development to obtain funding. We also offer usability, user experience, and user immersion evaluation tasks for applications that deploy new interaction techniques. We seek consortium partners who aim at the development of innovative multi-user xR applications.