Carleton University’s 3D campus (cu3D) was the brainchild of Dr. Ali Arya, Associate Professor in Carleton’s School of Information Technology and Department of Systems and Computer Engineering. In 2011, Dr. Arya supervised the creation of the original cu3D. Over time and with the support from people like Dr. John Osborne (FASS) and Dr. Randall Gess (SLaLS), cu3D really began to take shape. This innovative learning space grew from a basic replication of Carleton’s campus to include cultural artifacts, a downtown core, a residential section, an orientation maze, teleporting functions, games, and several non-traditional, outdoor learning areas. The ongoing design process has been informed by theory, practice, and collaborative research; this space is intended to help foster interactive, collaborative, and experiential learning.