In October 2015 we opened our FHS-eTourism Lab. It allows researchers, lecturers and students alike to research and develop new eTourism solutions. Equipped with state-of-the-art-technologies we play around with Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Near Field Communication (NFC), Beacons, Google Glass, other wearable devices and much more.
The lab also allows us to use the research methodology of our choice for research projects as it hosts adequate soft- and hardware needed – beyond SPSS and NVIVO. The eyetracking solution is just one example.