Virtual Reality Lab

Virtual Reality Lab (VR-Lab)


VR-Weekend at Norsk Teknisk museum in Oslo

As part of VR-Weekend organized at Norsk Teknisk museum in Oslo (21-22 May 2016), VR-Lab participated with a stand showing how 3D game visualizations and VR is been used for landscape design and planning.

VR-Lab testing with Salam Hassan

UC Berkeley and VR-Lab at NMBU in a collaborative research project

VR-Lab at NMBU is facilitating research experimentations with researchers from NMBU and UC Berkeley on the latest developments of VR technologies for urban and landscape planning.


IKBM using VR-Lab for developing VR application for molecular biology course

VR-Lab is facilitating experimentation environment for development of a new VR application for molecular biology course at the department of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science (IKBM).

Jesper Vesøen

Land Use Zoning Plan In 3D: Concept

A concept of a 3D land use zoning plan and opportunities that arise in the transformation from 2D to 3D. A master study by Jesper Vesøen, 2013. This master’s thesis attempts to create a concept of a 3D land use zoning plan and looks at the opportunities that arise in the transformation from 2D to 3D.

The Virtual Reality Lab

(VR-Lab) at NMBU is a facility that provides new possibilities for modeling, reconstructing, visualizing, and communicating knowledge.

Virtual Reality at NMBU is used in following fields:

  • Visual simulations
  • Education
  • Architectural design and landscape planning
  • Art: the creation of artistic applications
  • Reconstruction of historical sites
  • Testing of new 3D technolgies.

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

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