- New VR app for communication section at NMBU. VR-Lab provided NMBU communication section with a VR mobile application that enable VR-site visits to the new campus construction site. The app enable engineers, decision makers, stakeholders and planners to visit and experience the activities at a construction site without leaving the meeting room.
- Innovative teaching seminar. “Inspirerende møte i Råd for samarbeid med arbeidslivet på @uninmbu i dag! Vi har utfordret hverandre på fremtidens utdanning og kompetansebehov, fått innblikk i spennende undervisningsformer fra noen av våre mest innovative lærere og studenter, lekt med roboter og prøvd VR-briller. Takk for en strålende dag til alle som bidro.” By NMBU rector Mari Sundli Tveit.
- Perception of safety in urban parks. Experimentations on groups with different VR-technology settings for understanding How does vegetation designs heights -in a urban parks affect perception of safety. Study with Katinka Evensen and Helena Nordh.
- Visualization seminar at VitenParken. 3D visualizations is central focal point in many projects that include community groups. 3D visualizations can facilitate communications of future scenarios through a universal language.
- Tourism conference at BZU. The paper presented at the conference outline efforts made to introduce VR to Palestine. The study identify the potentials for using VR technology and argue that VR provides a variety of promising applications including tourism, planning, heritage and education.
- Sweco and BanNOR at VR-lab. 30 BaneNOR employees were taken on a ten-kilometer-long survey without leaving their chairs for the Sandbukta-Moss-Såstad project. link to the article from here
Aricle at Forskning.no : Virtual Reality can help facilitate more informed discussions between stakeholders in urban planning projects and lead to more transparency – resulting in better and fairer processes, says researcher. Link to the article from here.
- Smart heritage conference at AUJ. The paper argues about the need for a digital platform that will act as a medium for the preservation, documentation, interpretation and intervention, assisting in research, education, tourism and an increase in public awareness regarding the significant value for heritage sites and historically important landscapes. Conventional methods of documentation and presentation of cultural heritage sites such as photographs, physical models, text materials and drawings, among others, create an incomplete image of the settings of cultural heritage sites. This makes it necessary to introduce new methods and techniques for documentation. Latest developments in Virtual Reality (VR) and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) are providing new possibilities for documentation, preservation and presentation. It make it easier for managers, educators, researchers and the general public to observe and understand the complications of historical site interactively and dynamically and provide a comprehensive historic experience of them.
- Learning festival at NMBU. Presenting examples of how VR technology are been used in different projects as a learning tool.