McHenry Library, Room 0349
The VizLab is designed to facilitate student engagement in digital media through the use of visual technologies. The lab includes a high performance, graphics intensive workstation with available 3D modeling, animation, and Virtual Reality software.
We invite the entire campus community to experiment with these exciting new tools! Develop virtual or augmented reality content and tools, interact with imagined worlds, and promote cultural and historical sustainability.
The VizLab includes:
This space is reservable for class sessions, workshops, project development and project team meetings.
Students are also able to check out hardware necessary for creating visual content including 360 cameras, GoPros, DSLR cameras, video cameras, and other media capture devices.
Interested in learning more about VR? The DSC will be offering an Intro to VR workshop!
The VizLab has walk in hours where you can be shown how to use and reserve the equipment.
Want to use this space for a class? We currently offer the following apps for you to use.
The games and experiences on the VizLab are meant to support classroom learning and research. We will purchase games that are listed on course syllabi or requested as part of explicit research projects.
The DSC is investing in visualization infrastructure to enable the entire campus community with the opportunity to create and critique large-scale visual scholarship. This project aims to: