Urban data visualisation using mixed reality

The Twinable project by the Chalmers University of Technology uses mixed reality to project urban data onto a 3D model of Gothenburg created by Universeum Vislab, providing interactive visualisations that offer a new perspective on the city.

DTCC Professional education course on Digital Sustainable Built Environment

A successful launch of a new course format for professional education by the DTCC in collaboration with the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at Chalmers. In November 2021, the first DTCC professional education course on Digital Sustainable Built Environment hosted 50 participants representing a wide range of stakeholders from architects, urban planners, engineers, to software developers, researchers, and consultants.

Twinable Kickoff

On April 6th 2021, the DTCC Twinable project was succesfully kicked off with an online workshop. 18 participants from 9 different partner organisations joined the workshop using Miro. We look forwand to continues successful collaboration in the next four years of the project!


A multiscale design interaction and visualization approach using mixed realities