Mixed Reality





Offered by

ICT Engineering




SGM or similar Unity3D-based courses

Main purpose

The goal of the course is to teach the students how physical and virtual worlds can be combined, and how to implement systems in the reality–virtuality continuum.


The students will develop knowledge about the use of hardware and sensors in developing systems in different settings, using the Unity3D-engine.

Furthermore, the students will have an understanding of the reality–virtuality continuum, including:
  • Achieving knowledge about where systems can be placed in the reality–virtuality continuum.
  • Understanding how existing systems can be augmented
At the end of the course, the students are expected to know how virtual and physical technologies can impact systems, and how virtual and real systems can be combined.


After the course, the students will have developed skills in
  • Creating systems placed in physical or virtual realities, or in the space between them - the Mixed Reality space
  • Using hardware and software to augment systems


At the end of the course, the students are able to implement Mixed Reality systems, and reflect on their placement in the reality–virtuality continuum.


  • Augmented Reality
  • Virtual Reality
  • Mixed Reality
  • Augmentation

Teaching methods and study activities

Theory lessons and practical exercises, the majority of which will be working on a course assignment.
The students will create groups of no more than four persons, to work on the course assignment.



Internal examination.

The evaluation of the course is based on the oral exam at the end of the course. Only students with approved course work will be allowed to attend the exam.


​Individual, oral exam, 20 minutes.

At the exam, the student will present their course assignment in dialogue with the examiner.


Grading criteria

According to the 7-point grading scale.
Mark 12:
Awarded to students who have shown excellent comprehension of the above-mentioned competences. A few minor errors and shortfalls are acceptable.
Mark 02:
Awarded to students for the just acceptable level of comprehension of the required competences.

Additional information



Michael Viuff

Valid from

9/1/2020 12:00:00 AM

Course type

6. semester
7. semester
Elective for the specialization Interactive Media


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