The CEAGAR Game Lab (Center for Applied Game Research) at Aalborg University Copenhagen is used for designing, developing and evaluating games and interactive experiences based on game technologies.
EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
The CEAGAR Game Lab (Center for Applied Game Research) offers equipment and software which is useful when implementing and testing games and contains workstations with game engine software installed. There is also access to SMILE Lab’s 5x65” panoramic screen set-up, the 3x3 x 55” video wall and other SMILE Lab equipment.
Furthermore, it is possible to work with developing games and testing games using Rokoko’s motion capture SmartSuit, the Dreamoc HD3 ‘Holographic’ Display, RealFiction’s DeepFrame, Oculus Rift VR, OS VR, HTC VIVE, the NAOS QG Galvanic Skin Response mouse, Eyetribe eyetrackers or MyndPlay EEG equipment.
The Lab also contains a X-Box One with Kinect and Playstation 3+4 consoles + PSVR as well as some commercial games for testing purposes.
The lab is located at A.C. Meyers Vænge 15, 1.007 (by the bridge).
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