Experience, explore, experiment through extended reality (XR).
As the hub for extended reality at the University of Rochester, Mary Ann Mavrinac Studio X fosters a community of cross-disciplinary collaboration, exploration, and peer-to-peer learning that lowers barriers to entry, inspires experimentation, and drives innovative research and teaching in immersive technologies.
This rendering was provided by CannonDesign, the architecture firm that designed the planned Studio X space.
Designed in collaboration with the University of Rochester Libraries and Arts, Sciences & Engineering, Mary Ann Mavrinac Studio X will serve the entire University of Rochester community. The planned 3,000-square-foot-space is located on the first floor of the Carlson Science and Engineering Library, situated near the Vista Collaboratory, a high-tech space where researchers visualize large data sets to study everything from contemporary disease to ancient history.