LaVision kicks off 2022 with another webinar series
Thursday, 16. December 2021
Register today for free participation.
LaVision's Shake-the-Box 4D-PTV MiniShaker underwater system is used in the wave flume of the Leichtweiß-Institut für Wasserbau (LWI) of TU Braunschweig, Germany
Monday, 29. November 2021
In the course of the research project "EnviSim4Mare" the influence of mussel and algae growth on offshore wind turbines is investigated.
Get a deeper insight into the SprayMaster system family from LaVision
Friday, 22. October 2021
SprayMaster systems provide new insights into even complex spray processes and permit cost effective and efficient development of smarter spray systems.
LaVision holds its annual PIV customer seminar online this year
Monday, 20. September 2021
The seminar will take place in calender week 40 – 42.
Interesting comparison of stereoscopic particle image velocimetry and volumetric particle tracking velocimetry applied in the wake of a ducted propellers
Monday, 28. June 2021
The results have been published in an article of the Ocean Engineering Journal.
Our latest software DaVis 10.2 with many new features has been released
LaVision applies for the Innovation Award 2021 of the district of Göttingen
Friday, 28. May 2021
For the third time after 2014 and 2018 LaVision participates in this competition.
An impressive movie from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) shows the beauty of an induced turbulent flow
Monday, 26. April 2021
The movie shows the results from an experimental measurement of the flow within a large Rayleigh-Bénard cell.
Helium-filled soap bubbles are used to visualize airflows around a moving skater
Monday, 15. March 2021
This exciting survey was conducted at TU Delft using their Ring of Fire measurement system.
LaVision’s Helium-filled soap bubble generator helps to make speech aerosol dispersion dynamics visible
Wednesday, 17. February 2021
Department of Aerospace Engineering at Auburn University studies the non-symptomatic aerosol-producing activities such as speaking with PIV technique.
Wing 'clap' studies using Tomo-PIV reveal the amazing power behind butterfly flight
Tuesday, 26. January 2021
Researchers working in the Animal Flight Lab within Lund University’s Department of Biology have used LaVision’s Tomographic PIV during their studies.
The annual PIV course from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Göttingen will be held as online-seminar in 2021
Friday, 22. January 2021
There are still places available
Free Python library for DaVis data access
Friday, 8. January 2021
We are looking forward to a lively user community.