The laboratory is equipped with a Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (also known as the recursive acronym CAVE) which is an immersive room for virtual reality. The CAVE consists of a cube-shaped room and video projectors directed on three sides that wrap around the user in an immersive way. The 3D images are projected onto the walls and the floor of the room through mirrors positioned by high resolution projectors and the sound is reproduced in a stereophonic way. The user – who wears particular glasses and who has applied sensors that detect his movements and transmit them to the computer – can interact through a joystick-shaped command with computer-generated environments. The Immersive Virtual Telepresence (TIV) thus obtained allows performing activities that simulate real situations and contexts in an extremely realistic and interactive way.

The BIOPAC system allows a wide range of measurements in the field of scientific research including data acquisition systems, transducer amplifiers and accessories. The wireless system includes physiology control devices for breathing, temperature, pulse and EDA.

Meta Quest Pro is the first device in the company's new high-end Meta line: it is equipped with innovative features such as high-resolution sensors that provide excellent mixed reality experiences, LCD displays for sharp images, a completely new and sleeker design, as well as an eye tracking system and natural facial expressions that will allow the avatar to represent the user even more naturally in VR. Meta Quest Pro uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 platform and is equipped with 12 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage, and 10 high-resolution sensors (five inside the visor and five outside) that help increase the possibilities for immersive experiences.

Meta Quest 3 is a virtual reality (VR) headset developed by Reality Labs, a division of Meta Platforms. It was unveiled on June 1, 2023, and released on October 10 as a successor to the Quest 2The headset features updated hardware with elements of the Quest Pro, including a thinner form factor and lenses, and additional sensors and color passthrough cameras intended for mixed reality software.The Quest 3 can run as either a standalone headset, or use the “Quest Link" feature to function as a VR headset for a personal computer, connected via a cable or wirelessly (“Air Link").[

Meta Quest 2 is a stand-alone VR viewer, offering a wireless virtual reality experience with total freedom of movement. Link technology also allows you to connect it to a PC with a USB-C cable, to use all the software available for Oculus on PC for training and teaching.

PICO 4 is a virtual reality headset developed by ByteDance. It is available in Europe and East Asia (China, South Korea, Japan and Singapore). The Pico 4 uses pancake lenses in combination with two small LCD displays one for each eye in the head mounted display. This technology allows for a lighter headset with an increased image resolution.

The HTC Vive Pro system is a virtual reality device designed by Valve in collaboration with HTC and that allows, thanks to the technology called “room stairs", to transform the environment that surrounds the user into a 3D space in which it can move almost freely. This new technology associated with a precise head tracking and game controls that
simulate the movement of the hands, transforms the virtual reality of HTC Vive into a particularly immersive experience, allowing the user to interact almost completely with the virtual world. The HTC Vive Pro system is equipped with a 1440×1600 resolution per-eye display and a second outward facing camera, connectable headphones, a microphone for noise cancellation analysis and a design with a “balanced" shape. a light weight and a sizing dial. Vive Pro uses USB-C connectors and supports all existing Vive accessories including a pair of controllers and base stations compliant with SteamVR Tracking 2.0 specifications that support a space up to 10 mx 10 m.