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UTS Data Arena

The UTS Data Arena is a 360° data visualisation facility designed for collaborative experiences.  High performance parallel computing drives a 10K stereoscopic display alongside a 16 channel audio system to create an immersive dynamic environment.

The UTS Data Arena is built to navigate huge datasets and simulated environments, explore new interfaces for interaction, and share ideas in a collective space that moves away from isolated computing practices.

The Arena can present information in ‘stereo’, allowing the audience to experience a sense of perceived visual depth.  To enhance the visual experience, the multi-channel audio system surrounding the Arena enables sound to be positioned within the 3D space.Various different controller and tracker methods allow both a single user, or an entire group, to dynamically interact with the content within the Arena.

It’s a powerful immersive facility which can help business, government, and research simplify, visualise, and interact with complex information.  Users in the Arena can surround themselves in data to observe, explore, refine, improve, discover and learn.


Explore the many student, research, government, and business projects that have come through the doors at the Data Arena. There have been over 500 projects created since 2015. Find them here


The UTS Data Arena is located at UTS City Campus in Building 11. Look for CB011.02.101 (UTS Building 11, Level 3, Location 101). 


The UTS Data Arena open Monday to Friday, 9am -5pm and is free for all for UTS Researchers, Staff, and Students.

Open House 

As part UTS's outreach to local communities, the Data Arena runs two 30min Open House presentations every Thursday from 12pm -12:30pm and 12:30pm - 1pm. Register to attend now.

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RES Hub acknowledges and pays respect to the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the Boorooberongal people of the Dharug Nation, the Bidiagal people and the Gamaygal people, upon whose ancestral lands where UTS now stands.

We pay respect to their Elders; past, present, emerging and future as the traditional custodians of Country and knowledge for this land. We recognise their continued connection to the land and waters and the continuation of their cultural, spiritual, and educational practices. We extend this respect to all Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples who visit RES Hub.

As a place for the UTS community to connect and collaborate, RES Hub acknowledges the long-standing traditional practices of these communities in gathering to share experience, knowledge, and history. RES Hub acknowledges that sovereignty was never ceded. This is and always will be Aboriginal Land.