Strona: Laboratory of virtual reality / Department of Complex Systems

Laboratory of virtual reality

(under the patronage of

Didactic and scientific laboratory, used by students and employees of the Faculty for the implementation of projects and diploma theses. Students have at their disposal dedicated Virtual Reality goggles and properly prepared computer equipment.

 The tasks carried out in the laboratory include:

  • modeling of objects using 3D programs,
  • designing applications/games using virtual reality technology,
  • designing applications using augmented reality,
  • training courses in game programming conducted by students of Science Clubs.

 The most important elements of the equipment include:

  • 2 computer stations (Core i7, 512 GB SSD, 32 GB RAM, MSI GeForce 1070, Windows 10),
  • 2 computer stations (Core i7, 512 GB SSD, 32 GB RAM, MSI GeForce 2070, Windows 10),
  • 1 computer station (Ryzen 5, 1TB SSD, 32GB RAM, Gigabyte GeForce 3060, Windows 10),
  • 1 workstation (Ryzen 7 5800X, 32GB RAM, 2TB SSD, ASUS GeForce 3070, Windows 10)
  • 1 workstation (Ryzen 7 5800X, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, MSI GeForce 3070, Windows 10)
  • 1 computer station (Ryzen 9 5950X, 128GB RAM, 4 TB SSD, ASUS GeForce 3080Ti, Windows 10),
  • 2x HTC Vive VR Goggles,
  • 1x HTC Vive Pro VR Goggles,
  • 2x HTC Vive Pro 2 VR Goggles,
  • 1x HTC Vive Pro Eye Goggles,
  • 1x Valve Index VR Goggles,
  • 1x Oculus Quest 2 64GB VR headset,
  • 1x HTC Focus 3 VR Goggles,
  • 2x Microsoft Hololens 2 AR glasses,
  • Dedicated HTC controllers,
  • 4 signal bases compatible with Steam Tracking (1.0 and 2.0 depending on the purpose) to identify the position of the glasses in the room,
  • a set of interchangeable lenses to identify the position of the retina / eye in the HTC Vive glasses worn on the head,
  • 1x HTC Face Tracker,
  • 1x Wireless HTC Adapter,
  • 1x HTC Wrist Band,
  • Unity 3D and Unreal Engine 5 software on individual workstations,
  • Blender software on individual workstations,
  • Visual Studio Community software on individual workstations.


 Laboratory address:

 Wincentego Pola 2,

 building A, room A59