Three Space Lab

Three Space Lab

Craft complex ideas together.

About

Three Space Lab is an early-stage MIT Media Lab spin-off company working on VR and AR software solutions for education, training, and workplace learning, with a focus on uses of interactive simulation. Some previous projects have focused on electricity and magnetism, crystalline structures, 3D scanning, and tools for visual design of brands. We are a team of designers and engineers focused on building world-class collaborative spatial computing systems. Our work builds on years of experience in multi-user virtual reality and scientific visualization.

Collaborate anywhere

Work and learn together with others, whether in the same room or around the world. Easily share your activities with colleagues.

Integrate your data

By interfacing with databases and powerful simulation engines, our software facilitates practical use cases and deep dynamical interaction.

Go cross-platform

Our holistic approach to system design helps make VR a fluent part of your workflow. With deep knowledge of the design space, we know how to pick the right tool for each job.

For Education

We’re bringing spatial computing to the classroom.

Our collaborative learning software - developed and tested at MIT - creates a virtual science lab in which students can study and experiment directly with fundamental forces.

For Business

Communicating complex ideas is important when interacting with customers and investors, and also amongst employees.

We currently serve clients in biotech and management consulting.

Latest news

14 Oct 2019

Three Space Lab at EDUCAUSE 2019

Three Space Lab is proud to present our educational software at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Chicago. Look for our demo at the HP booth, where we’ll be showcasing our collaborative learning systems on the HP Reverb headset.

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17 Jun 2019

Electrostatic Playground published in CSCL 2019

As we near the release of Electrostatic Playground, we have published a short paper related to this project in the proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. You can find our paper here.

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