Due to the COVID-19/Corona virus, the VR Zone office in the TU Delft Library will be closed until further notice. Unfortunately we have no VR laptops anymore available on loan. Our employees are however still at work from a distance. The VR Zone service is still available!
Please use the contact email for any other questions or support.
We hope to see you all back to experience VR in our office as soon as possible!
The VR Zone of the New Media Centre – part of the TU Delft Library – is a Virtual Reality lab located on the ground floor of the TU Delft Library. The VR Zone has a dedicated staff to help students, lecturers and researches in using, building and exploring VR in education and research. This help and assistance varies from personal guidance for students creating VR projects, to the exploration of VR Solutions in research or learning environments.
The VR Zone is equipped with more than ten state of the art workstations with all the required software installed and more than ten HTC Vive headsets.
On a regular basis the VR Zone organizes (custom) workshops and classes in modelling, animation and VR applications for students, teachers and researchers from Delft University of Technology. Check out the calendar for upcoming workshops and lectures.
The VR Zone can assist and advise in exploring the use of VR/AR in education or research. The VR Zone can also develop complete solutions or assist and advise in existing or start-up projects.
Are you interested and would you like to find out more about what the VR Zone can mean for you? Come and visit the VR Zone (open from Monday to Friday from 9:00-17:00hrs) or send an email to VR-Zonefirstname.lastname@example.org
On the website of the VR Zone vrzone.tudelft.nl you can find more information on what the VR Zone offers and does.