Programming and Visualization Workstations
Three reservable programming and visualization workstations are available on level 3 in the NextGen Learning Commons. These high-powered PC workstations feature four widescreen monitors (including one touch screen) and are loaded with programming, visualization, and multimedia tools such as Unity, POV-Ray, Blender, SolidWorks, Eclipse, Xamarin Studio, Microsoft Visual Studio, Unreal Development Kit, Adobe Master Collection, and more. Workstation C also includes full access to Lynda.com video tutorials.
Location InformationRoom Numbers:
- Workstation A,
- Workstation B,
- Workstation C (lynda.com)
Reservation and Use Guidelines
- May be reserved up to 7 days in advance by NC State faculty, students, and staff, for periods ranging from 30 minutes to 2 hours.