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Simulation hub

people using the simulation hub technology

The Macquarie University Simulation Hub is a world first and only facility of its type that draws together a range of simulation devices into one location, enabling leading experts from the University and the industry to collaborate on translational research across a wide-range of disciplines.

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Reality Embedded in Motion (REIM) project 

The Reality Embedded in Motion (REIM) project uses Samsung Gear 360 cameras and Oculus Rift VR units to bring VR technology into teaching and research. These portable VR rigs are now available.

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Department of Computing - Virtual Reality and Interactive Systems Projects (recent/current)

For a list of recent/current Virtual Reality and Interactive Systems projects by the Department of Computing, see the link below:

Virtual reality lab

students using VR

The Virtual reality lab is the home for VISOR (Virtual and Interactive Simulations of Reality) research group which has an evolving history of ongoing interdisciplinary research collaboration between the Departments of Computing and Psychology.

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Contact us

We are open to ideas on what to include in the space; our aim is to foster your creativity and innovation, values that are relevant across all disciplines. If you have ideas, feedback, comments, please share them with us: