Immersive display systems in the form of head-mounted displays or full-size, walkable display systems can provide an intuitive environment for a multitude of applications. Applications include exploration, simulation for training, and experimental studies to learn about people's behavior. Some display systems utilize large-scale and high-resolution configurations, which can be very effective in data exploration and visualization. This paper describes the infrastructure available at Wright State University with its advantages and disadvantages and discusses some of its use cases as well as its setup and administration. Different software frameworks are discussed that are built upon as is or their capabilities extended to provide additional features, such as touch support. Insight is provided into managing and administering a virtual reality laboratory effectively and efficiently by minimizing the effort to keep the infrastructure operational.

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