VR Studio

  • One user is standing and using an Oculus Rift VR workstation to experience a Virtual Reality program
  • The Virtual Reality Studio at DH Hill Jr. Library

Building: D. H. Hill Jr. Library

Floor: Second Floor, West Wing

Rooms: 2317, 2318

Specialty spaces including Digital Media Spaces (Audio & Video Studios), Makerspaces, and Virtual Reality Studio are closed in accordance with NC State's Protect the Pack Guidelines.

If you have a specific instructional or academic need, you can request a technology consultation

Virtual reality (VR) provides new ways for people to interact with information and media. The VR Studio at the D. H. Hill Jr. Library is a space for enjoying, experimenting with, and creating immersive content. It is equipped with eight workstations representing the  major current VR platforms: the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive Pro, Valve Index, and PSVR as well as other equipment relevant to immersive makership. There are many games and educational experiences available for research. 

Have a request for a piece of software or hardware you'd like to see in the Virtual Reality Studio? Please fill out this convenient form with as much information on the item as possible. 

Access

Only currently affiliated students, faculty, and staff of NC State may gain access to the Hill Library VR Studio. To do so, you must first attend an Orientation session to ensure your safety and introduce you to various VR Studio equipment.

To set up a consultation, to access the room outside of open hours, or for other special inquiries, please send us a request.

Workstations in the VR Studio

Reserve a VR Workstation