Bernd Fröhlich

Bernd Fröhlich

From 1995 to 1997 I was a Research Associate with the Computer Science Department at Stanford University. My research focused on virtual environments, in particular the Responsive Workbench. I also worked on acceleration techniques for ray tracing and wavelets on the interval for radiosity.

Since 2001 I am heading the Virtual Reality Systems Group at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany. My more recent work revolves around multi-viewer display technology, input devices and interaction techniques, visualization, and real-time rendering - see our publications.

Some Responsive Workbench Pictures

The Stanford main quad (model by Jeff Feldgoise)

A kit-of-parts model built with only a small set of building blocks (model by Jeff Feldgoise)


"I'd rather be windsurfing..."