On December 16, the InfraVis Visualization Studio VIC at KTH hosted its Open House, inviting everyone to experience the future of interaction in virtual, augmented and mixed realities. The InfraVis National Technical Manager and KTH Node Coordinator Mario Romero, together with InfraVis Application Experts – Björn Thuresson, Ingemar Markström, Filip Berendt, and the students of Advanced Graphics and Interaction, offered participants an opportunity to explore the projects created at VIC by the students themselves. The projects included live music performances in VR and IRL, collaborative VR maze solving, tabletop sheep herding, and VR space exploration. A big thanks to the teaching assistants Alessandro Iop and Marko Petrovic.
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