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David Kirk Digital Scholarship Commons

VizWallVizWall

McHenry Library, Room 0350


The VizWall is a 14'x4' screen installation that enables large-scale presentation of visual materials or simultaneous interaction with multiple pieces of digital content. This space offers the entire campus community space to visualize their research and opportunity to create interactive digital media. 
 

 

Upcoming Events

Presenting at the VizWall

We are always looking for opportunities to use the VizWall in new and exciting ways.  Please be in touch if you'd like to incorporate the VizWall into your class or have a project you'd like to display on the VizWall.

 

Consider using this for: VizWall Features:
  • Class sessions 
  • Lectures
  • Special events
  • Digital exhibit displays
  • 7680 x 2160 resolution
  • 3 Nvidia Quadro P4000 Graphics Card
  • Intel Xeon E5-2630 CPU
  • 128GB RAM
  • Sage2 Software
  • Windows OS

 

Project Partners

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:

  • Increase campus use of virtual and augmented reality
  • Impact teaching and learning through visualization
  • Enable creative practices for student learning
  • Support innovative faculty research
  • Encourage entrepreneurship amongst UCSC students

 

We are thrilled to partner with IDEA Hub ➚ and CITRIS and the Banatao Institute ➚.

Idea Hub CITRIS and the Banatao Institute