Due to our steady investment in research and education, we can achieve continuous advancement and improvement of our solutions. Vsonix was founded in 2007 by a group of scientists at the Fraunhofer Insitute for Computer Graphics, a worldwide leading research institution for applied visual computing.

One of our main goals is the transfer of State-of-the-Art technologies, as a part of Visual Computing, to new and innovative media applications. Concentrating on that topic, Vsonix is a consortium member of two European research projects: the project GUIDE (Gentle UIs for Elderly People” as well as the current project HBB4ALL (Hybrid Boadcast Broadband for All).”

Because of the long-time scientific background, our staff has a widespread know-how in different technological disciplines, particularly in the fields of image processing and computer vision, machine studies as well as media interaction. One of our core activities with research work is based on a close cooperation with different universities. Vsonix continually offers many internships for study programs as well as Bachelor and Master theses in digital media and informatics.

Please contact us

For an individual consulting on the use of our video services contact us:


vsonix GmbH
Havelstr. 16
64295 Darmstadt

e-Mail: webcast@vsonix.com
Tel: +49-(0)6151-493050
Fax: +49-(0)6151-4930504

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GUIDE

The European research project GUIDE investigated how to adapt SmartTV applications on the television to the individual needs of users with limitations . The open source solution is designed to simplify all users access to SmartTV systems.

HBB4All

HBB4ALL unites 12 European partners and is promoted as an ICT-PSP project (Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme ) in the framework program for competitiveness and innovation ( CIP ).

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Please contact us

For an individual constulting on the use of our video services contact us:


vsonix GmbH
Havelstr. 16
64295 Darmstadt

e-mail: webcast@vsonix.com
Tel: +49-(0)6151-493050
Fax: +49-(0)6151-4930504