The Immersive Visualization Lab (IVL) and Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Room advance education through the use of state-of-the-art technology. Learn more about what each room entails and how to access the rooms.
Located in the Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3465, the IVL features a 360-degree display surface capable of displaying images and videos in an exciting and engaging way to enhance the exploration and delivery of course content.
Finding Content for the IVL
Located in the Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3555, the AR/VR Room allows students to view and interact with an array of augmented and virtual reality headsets.
The classroom features nine identical workstations featuring; TV, Pixel 4 mobile device, Hololens 2 augmented reality headset, VIVE Pro virtual reality headset and an Oculus Go virtual reality headset. Each station is set up with two chairs to allow students to work in pairs.
Finding Content for the AR/VR Room
Meta Quest 2
Vive Pro Eye
To teach in either the IVL or the AR/VR, you’ll want to complete the following steps:
- Start by completing the Learning Technologies Training Guide for the Immersive Visualization Lab or the AR/VR.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to be trained in the use of the IVL or the AR/VR Lab.
- Once training is complete, Kevin will request key access to the room on your behalf.
- Once key access is granted, contact your Division Office to schedule the room.
Want to see if other academic classes have scheduled the room on your requested date before going through this process? Watch this video to learn how to check Astra to see if the room is available.