He partnered with the CG / interactive technology company INDG and the AltSpace graphics studio (not the same company as AltSpaceVR, acquired by Microsoft last year) to create the 3D experience. The finished product shows the exterior and interior design of the nacelle, as well as the team's vision of what a Hyperloop station might look like, with computer graphics and navigation signage.
The University of Delft team won first place in 2017 during its first participation in the contest. This year, for the third time in the competition, the pod design will have to reach the fastest speed among the 20 entries tested on the fully fenced 1.25 km test track of SpaceX. Pods and stations will probably not use as much wood as their virtual versions, but you can preview the virtual reality experience below: