Teaching and Visualization Lab
Hunt, Room(s) 4505
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The Teaching and Visualization Lab is designed as a "black box" theater for high-definition visualization and simulation, offering 270-degree immersive projection on three walls for a total of 80 linear feet of display surface. The room can meet a variety of needs, including high-impact presentations; technology-rich interactive learning in small groups; large-scale, high-definition visualization and simulation; command/control room simulation; immersive interactive computing; game research; "big data" decision theater; and comparative social computing. 
 
The Lab's flexible infrastructure is designed to grow over time with the rapid advancements that are being made in visualization and display technologies. Coming in 2014: 3-D capability; a professional zoned audio system; and cameras for real-time video capture, broadcast, and collaboration.
 
  • Standard Use Cases
  • Displays & Video Output
  • Speakers & Audio Output
  • Furniture Layouts

Capacity

40

Reservation and Use Guidelines

May be reserved up to six months in advance by NC State faculty members and graduate students for research or curricular activities for periods ranging from 1 hour to a full day.
Food and beverage service, including catering, is not allowed in this room.
The NCSU Libraries reserves the right to change a user’s reservation, if necessary, and will provide as much advance notice as possible should this be necessary.
Users are requested to cancel reservations in advance if their plans change, so that the space can be available to others.

Special Access

Faculty
Graduate Student

Space type

Teaching
High Tech Space