The Augmentarium is housed in a 1000-square-foot space in the University of Maryland’s A.V. Williams Building. The lab has:

  • A large tiled immersive stereoscopic display,
  • Virtual and augmented reality headsets, including those from Oculus, MetaAR, and Vuzix,
  • Interaction sensors, including Kinects, LeapMotion, infra-red cameras, EEG sensors, and eye-trackers,
  • Multi-camera lightfield arrays for multiscopic video capture,
  • Rapid prototyping facilities with 3D laser scanner, 3D printer, and
  • High-end 3D graphics workstations.