Virtual and Augmented Reality Laboratory
Our main goal is to do research of Virtual Reality, its physiological and psychological aspects, applications, and its impact on emerging innovative products and services aimed at providing immersive experiences.
We aim to develop exceptional educational facilities through extensive use of Mixed Reality technologies, including enhancing existing teaching methods as well as providing highly efficient specialized training.
We intend to develop all necessary software and hardware products for achieving our goals. Expected outcomes include both widely usable Open Source products as well as specialized solutions for businesses.
We offer one Post-Doctoral Research Position at the Re:creation Virtual and Augmented Reality Laboratory, Tallinn University of Technology (https://www.ttu.ee/), Estonia. Details follow.
Re:creation laboratory has been granted funding for creating a specialized VR demo zone for MEKTORY Business and Innovation Centre guests and visitors in the frames of ETAG‘s science communication project competition. More information here (in Estonian).
VR First recently published two videos shown at GDC’2017: an overview of VR First labs and the corresponding project showcase. Check them out!
Slides for Aleksei’s talk given on March 17, 2017, for the TTÜ Geeky Weekly IEEE workshop can be found here.
We have recently prepared two promotional videos for VR First. They are now available on YouTube.
The members of Re:creation laboratory successfully hosted an EEVR event in Mektory on December 17, 2016. Some photos are available on Facebook. Also, you can discover the slides detailing the recent advances in the laboratory’s activities.
On October 11, 2016, Downtown Visuals in cooperation with Re:creation laboratory presented their architectural walkthrough demo as part of their press release in Mektory. Per the agreement, you can now also access the demo in the laboratory at any time. Some pictures from the event may be found in a Google Photos album.
The first scientific talk related to the Synesthesia project was delivered by Aleksei Tepljakov during the Baltic Electronics Conference 2016 and the corresponding slides are now available.
Check out the new version of the Space Adventure demo from the project page.
The official laboratory white paper has been updated. Please download it now.