Game Lab reopens in Hunt Library

James B. Hunt Jr. Library Game Lab

James B. Hunt Jr. Library Game Lab

Gamers can celebrate at the Hunt Library this spring. The Hunt Library’s Game Lab re-opens on January 28 with improvements to make gaming and gaming research better and more comfortable. And the Game Lab isn’t just for folks with a game fix—it’s a valuable and versatile space for teaching, workshops, and the interactive exploration of data.

The refreshed Game Lab features multiple gaming systems and a 19.68’ X 4.43’ Leyard LED touch-interactive video wall, which can be used as a single panoramic screen or divided into up to three sections with varying inputs. The bezel-free HD display offers a maximum resolution of 4800x1080. Now with an increased capacity of 32, the room’s new flexible furniture allows faculty and instructors to request a variety of furniture arrangements.    

The Game Lab refresh and new Dataspace are thanks to the generous support of an anonymous foundation grant.

For more details about the Game Lab, visit