The XR Lab was established in 2019 at the Rail Manufacturing Centre for Entrepreneurship Rapid Incubator (RMCERI) of TUT. The company was pioneered by postgraduate candidates supported by the Gibela Research Chair (GRC) implying that their solutions are founded in Research and Development (R&D) principles. The company develops and educates on Extended-Reality (XR) software but is currently working on Immersive Virtual Reality (IVR) applications.
Exploring multiple realities through the lens of research, innovation and entrepreneurship at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).
The team has exactly 15 weeks beginning on the 27th of November 2023 through the festive season until the 22nd...
A site visit at an automotive workshop revealing the challenges faced with newly employed graduates, what they lack, where it...