Immersive technology lab at Liverpool John Moores University

Liverpool John Moores University has a long rich history, dating back to 1823. Nowadays its one of the largest universities in the United Kingdom, with 25 thousand students from over 100 countries worldwide. By forward-thinking and forging international partnerships, Liverpool John Moores University facilitates world-leading research.

Immersive technology lab at Liverpool John Moores University

The Head of the Department of Computer Science at Liverpool John Moores University, Dr. Atif Waraich, is developing an immersive technology lab together with Tracksys Ltd, a long-time partner of Noldus. He wants to establish the lab as a world centre for immersive technology and usability engineering.

Dr. Atif Waraich hopes to establish the lab as a world centre for immersive technology and usability engineering.

The plan is to develop an Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Lab, with a focus on usability engineering for AR/VR. This could help establish what the design patterns are for immersive technologies. The Observer XT enables him to see how people respond to the environments they are put into.