A multi-faith praying booth has been installed at a university.
The converted photo booth of the Pray-o-mat offers more than 300 pre-recorded prayers, via a touch screen.
The free to use machine at the University of Manchester is designed for people on the go.
A three-year research project on multi-faith spaces is being conducted at the university.
A team has visited almost 250 multi-faith spaces in the UK and abroad.
Charting the emergence and scope of the spaces has been difficult because many are concealed from public view, according to the university.
But it is estimated more than 1,500 exist in the UK.
Luqmaan Fazal, president of the University of Manchester Islamic society says: "Coming together in large multi-faith spaces allows student communities to blossom. This increases their morale and well-being, especially those living away from home.
"The pray-o-mat is an innovative concept and aims to increase accessibility to multi-faith spaces.
But it may not be as effective as larger multi-space facilities when it comes to building student communities and serving faiths that require worship in congregation.
"Universities should continue to be active in ensuring that the religious needs and comforts of its students are addressed."