Virtual Reality (VR) Studio

CATalyst employee with a student using a VR headset

The Terry Seligman VR Studio is the University of Arizona’s first public virtual reality studio.

Put on a comfortable headset, grab your hand controllers, and immerse yourself in virtual spaces and environments. 


Main Library, B202

Who can use it?

University of Arizona students, faculty, and staff can use our VR Studio. Our staff members are available to help set up or troubleshoot the equipment.

If you're a researcher or a student working on a class project, or a faculty member who would like to request a tour, contact us at and we're happy to answer questions.

Community members can also use the studio when it's available, but we do prioritize University of Arizona students, staff, and faculty.

What can I do there?

Use our VR equipment to explore virtual and augmented realities, including the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Oculus Go/Meta Quest VR stations.

Reserve VR equipment

Space details

  • Fits up to 10 people
  • 3 VR stations to use