DRiVE Lab

Simulator

An Oktal Driving Simulator was installed in the spring of 2015. It brings the system up-to-date and allows new types of road environments as well as new tracking hardware.

The new simulator features higher resolution projectors, more robust software, more realistic simulated environments and more physical feedback systems.

In The News

CBC News, Feb 2018 - Harry Potter audiobook improved focus on long drives

Student Research

Are you interested in driving and collision research? Interested in basic mechanisms of attention (i.e. multiple object tracking, and search? Check out the student opportunities page for more information on how you can become involved in research.

Collaborate With Us

DRiVE Lab researchers are always interested in working with industry, government, and other research labs. If you are interested in collaborating with us on driving research, please contact us.