The visualisation studio at KTH (VIC) is a resource for students and researchers. The studio houses many different technologies to view and interact with large amounts of data and its different applications, including haptics, eye-tracking, and various stereoscopic technologies.
The studio is funded by a grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg’s foundation, together with Norrköping’s Visualisation Center and Linköping University.
The organizations sharing the grant from Knut and Alice Wallenberg’s foundation.
The studio opened in late 2011 and has since then been host to many different activities, such as course lectures, workshops, events, and talks. The studio hosts many different courses, either partly or in whole, including:
- Advanced Graphics and Interaction
- Co-operative IT design
- Multimodal interaction course
- All game design courses offered by CSC
- Some interaction design courses offered by CSC
A sample of other activities can be found below. Of course there are many other events that take place in the studio. Check the front page for the latest news on what’s happening.