Computer Graphics research at the Universitat de Girona starts in 1993 with the study of problems related to image synthesis software carried out by the Girona Graphics Group (GGG). Since then, this research evolved in different directions including geometry generation and processing and in 2007 the group mutated to the Geometry and Graphics Group (GGG). In 2012 was created the ViRVIG (Research Center for Visualization, Virtual Reality and Graphics Interaction) joining the expertise of the two groups working in these fields in the Universitat de Girona (UdG) and in the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC).

GGG is part of the ViRVIG Joint Research Unit (JRU) of the European Commission with the support of the Spanish Government. ViRVIG is also considered as a reference research group of the Catalan Government.

The current research interest of GGG includes scientific and technological issues of: