Teaching and Visualization Lab
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 94 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.
Two hundred seventy-degree stereoscopic 3D projection is available. If you are interested in its use, please request a consultation by sending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 2015: a professional zoned audio system and cameras for real-time video capture, broadcast, and collaboration.
See the Magnolia site for:
- Standard Use Cases
- Displays & Video Output
- Speakers & Audio Output
- Furniture Layouts
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.