uNav is a library that combines Kinect and Oculus to improve the experience of virtual reality. Users can move in a controlled area and use their bodies to interact with both the physical and virtual environment. The main application we developed using this library was to treat phobias such as claustrophobia and fear of heights.

It was developed during the BSc in Multimedia Engineering at La Salle Barcelona Universitat Ramón Llull in 2013.

virtual reality, embodied interaction, software development, interaction design