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Virtual Reality Lab

VR-studio, which has two 4K projectors will be used by researchers and students in areas such as in construction, architecture, ore geology and mining and rock engineering.

In the studio, it is possible for example to create lifelike environments for urban planning and mining research. The VR studio will be rented by external actors for VR applications, workshops, meetings and presentations.

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Emelie Bjurström, the Master Programme in Architecture with a particular focus on house building. Photo: Emelie Bjurström
Student in focus: Emelie Bjurström

Meet Emelie Bjurström who is conducting her last semester at the Master Programme in Architecture with a particular focus on house building.

Jesper Johansson, student at Luleå University of Technology. Photo: Fanny Edfast
Student in focus: Jesper Johansson

Meet Jesper Johansson who is conducting his last semester at the Master Programme in Architecture with a particular focus on House Building.

Tobias Kampmann, ore geology at Luleå University of Technology Photo: Privat
In the media: Mixed reality soon the reality of geologists

In the future, geologists may see an ore body as a hologram in real life. The German startup company Terranigma Solutions enlists the help of LTU Business and Luleå University of Technology in the development of a mixed reality product for geologists and the mining industry.