Project LIVE is a cross-disciplinary initiative at the University of South Australia to use immersive visualisation technologies to create ­flexible, interactive and engaging experiential learning exercises – Learning through Immersive Virtual Environments.

Our team uses a range of tools to bring Project LIVE to life, including Remotely Piloted Aircraft (drone) surveying, 3D photogrammetry, gigapixel photography, terrestrial laser scanning (LiDAR), 360-degree panoramic photos and videos, virtual reality (VR) headsets, and location-based mobile learning games.

Explore our portfolio of work on the Project LIVE Homepage, see the range collaborators we have worked with at Our Partners, and find out more about the members of the Project LIVE team at Our People.

Keep up to date with our latest work and community events by following Project LIVE on Twitter @LIVE_UniSA. And if you’d like to discuss how we can bring your ideas to (virtual) reality, please get in touch via our Contact Information page.



The UniSA Mawson Lakes Campus features two dedicated student lab spaces for displaying and interacting with immersive visualisations: our Panorama Room that houses a 180-degree multi-projector panoramic display, and our Visualisation Studio that houses a bank of virtual reality workstations and headsets. Both spaces are used in our teaching programs and are available for workshops and tours – please enquire via our Contact Information page.


Panorama Room


Visualisation Studio


Project LIVE is directly adjacent to the Adelaide Planetarium – an eight-metre dome that can brilliantly recreate the night sky and display full-dome images and movies. So come along and immerse yourself in the constellations, stars and planets! Find out more at the Adelaide Planetarium website.