Our academics and postgraduate researchers have access to a wide range of specialist facilities and laboratories. Undergraduate and Masters students may benefit from these facilities during their project work.
- State-of-the-art visualization laboratories including a 48 megapixel, touchscreen Powerwall
- Pal Robotics TIAGo: Mobile manipulator, for research into service robotics
- Benchtop display (3x4 monitors) with tracking system
- WorldViz PPT optical tracking system
- Intersense InertiaCube orientation tracker
- Virtual Research V8 stereo head-mounted display, integrated with WorldViz PPT and Intersense InertiaCube tracking systems
- Ascension Flock of Birds tracking systems
- 3 DOF and 6 DOF Phantom force feedback devices, integrated with ReachIn display system
- Twin Immersion Corp Cybergloves
- Portable System for Co-Simulation: Portable simulation-as-a-service system for human-in-the-loop co-simulation, with a driving simulator demonstrator designed in partnership with VirtuoCity and Jaguar Land Rover
- SR Research EyeLink II Tracker (binocular, video-based, 500MHz)
- Cloud Computing testbed: Comprising 14 high performance Poweredge servers, a cloud gateway and a data server head node
- Rendering cluster
- A Metralabs Scitos A5 - known as 'LUCIE'
- A Baxter robot
- iVIC Platform: Our cloud computing platform enables users to dynamically create, customise, migrate and scale virtual machines over clustered physical machines using an easy to use browser-based interface
- Ultra-high resolution visualization workstations, including access to ones with medical-grade monitors
- Wireless Intersense IS900-VWT tracking system
- Laboratories containing both Linux and Microsoft platforms.
We also make use of University facilities, including:
- Next Generation Sequencing Facility: The facility is a partnership between the University of Leeds & the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust equipped with Illumina HiSeq 2500, HiSeq 3000 and MiSeq sequencers
- High resolution medical-grade visualisation workstations: Ultra-high resolution workstation and display-walls to develop a virtual microscope that allows histopathologists to diagnose cancer faster than, and as accurately as, a conventional microscope
- University's High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities: Consists of over 8,000 cores of Intel and AMD compute capacity and over 300TB of data storage
- Leeds Institute for Data Analytics: State-of-the-art facilities in data analytics
- EPSRC National Facility for Innovative Robotic Systems: A national resource for the fabrication of complex systems which can be used for academic and industrial collaborations.
Working with business
We are committed to sharing our facilities and associated expertise with external academic and industrial collaborators. Find out more.