Virtual Guide to UK Point of Charles University

4. 4. 2021

Charles University has launched its first virtual guide that maps the accessibility of one of the university’s buildings, namely the space used by students, applicants, employees and graduates for basic organisational and technical agenda – UK Point in the historic building at 13 Celetná Street. The virtual guide is available here

Visual pollution monitoring

1. 12. 2020

The City of Bratislava and the Metropolitan Institute of Bratislava also use the virtual guide to map visual smog, offering a simulation of “with smog” and “without smog” conditions. More on the MIB website, the virtual guide itself is available here

Virtual Guide to City Bath Grössling

1. 5. 2020

The City of Bratislava and the Metropolitan Institute of Bratislava, as part of the revitalisation of the historic city bath, are offering participants in an architectural competition a virtual guide to the entire complex. You can find it here:

About project

The idea of creating this portal came from the principle of sharing technologies, tools and analyses which can be used to map architectonic accessibility of venues (not only) at universities where persons with physical disabilities are expected to reside. Integral part of public institution is apart from gradual elimination of physical barriers, the development of tools which help with efficient orientation in the existing environment and its barrier-free usage. Therefore, we decided to provide space for those who would like to share their fruit of hard work with others.


Support Centre for Students with Special Needs

Masaryk University
Komenského náměstí 2, 602 00 Brno

Dispatching of accessibility of MU premises is in duty of Physical Accessibility Section

Head of the section: Karel Sobol
Phone: 549 49 1116