VR-HYPERSPACE (AAT-285681) was an ambitious €4.6M project funded under the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Aeronautics and Air Transport (AAT) programme.  Begun in October 2011, this project consisted of 9 internationally leading universities, research institutes and industrial partners from 6 European countries. The project ended in September 2014.


Adopting radical approaches using virtual reality and mixed reality technologies, and the latest studies in neuroscience and psychology, we are carrying out fundamental research and development leading to a paradigm shift in relation to passenger comfort.



We are investigating increasing passenger comfort in future aircraft by changing the very perception of self and space.