Our laboratory has been established to carry out the research on new aspects and modalities of human-machine interfaces. Recently, we focus mostly on virtual, augmented and other kinds of mixed reality environments. We conduct both basic and applied research.
In basic research, we are focused on algorithms for image data processing and enhancement, new simulation and rendering approaches and mainly on new techniques of human-computer interaction using state-of-the-art equipment – formerly stereoscopic rendering and haptics devices – nowadays mainly AR and VR devices and motion capture.
In the scope of applied research, we are developing and testing new ways of meaningful usage of modern HCI equipment in various fields, including molecular biology, anthropology, education or serious games.

Our lab is open to all level of students – from starting bachelors to PhD candidates and we work on all levels of projects – from one semester experiments to national and international project.