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Visualization Lab

Visualization Lab

Location: Atkins Library, 244
Hours: M-F, 9-5, by appointment only
Open to all current students, faculty, and staff
Area 49 LibGuide (Contains room manual)
Area 49 Resources Guide (programs & examples for nontraditional projects)
Visualization Lab Policy

What is it?

The Visualization Lab is designed to support:

  • large-scale visualization;
  • collaborative, technology-rich projects;
  • cross-disciplinary work;
  • digital scholarship activities;
  • data analysis and visualization;
  • GIS;
  • virtual reality

What’s in the space?

  • 86.5"x284" widescreen display;
  • two Panasonic projectors;
  • Dell PC;
  • Alienware PC with monitor and LCD display;
  • Valve Index virtual reality system;
  • HDMI laptop projection capability;
  • whiteboard wall

How can I use the Visualization Lab?

You’ll need to have an orientation before using the space.

Basic Orientation

What it covers
  • Room policies
  • Scheduling 
  • Basic room functions, which include:
    • Widescreen display
    • Dell PC
    • HDMI laptop projection
How to get it

Email to request a basic training or come to the first 20 minutes of a Full Orientation.

Full Orientation

What it covers

Everything in the Basic Orientation, plus operation of the Valve Index virtual reality headset.

How to get it

Register for a training on the Technology Instruction page or email to request a training outside of the provided times.