The mobile gaming app Bridge of Knowledge VR was jointly developed by a team under the supervision of Dr. Christina Sanchez-Stockhammer (now TU Chemnitz, formerly LMU Munich) and Elisabeth Mayer (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities ), with the team members Sandra Dragan (programming and multimedia), Ricarda Fasol (level design and 3D), Alexander Kenkenberg (programming and troubleshooting) and Sviatoslav Tugeev (website and general support). Jenny Arendholz (LMU) joined the team as liaison officer.
We are very grateful to the Multiplikatoren-Programm of the Center for Leadership and People Management at LMU Munich, whose generous funding allowed us to develop this gaming app and to make it freely available for the benefit of everyone who wants to learn something while having fun.
If you would like to let us know about any projects or publications for which you have been using Bridge of Knowledge VR, or if you have any questions regarding the game, please contact us at
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