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Teaching and Visualization Lab

Teaching and Visualization Lab

James B. Hunt Jr. Library

4th Floor
Room: 4505
Capacity: 40

The Teaching and Visualization Lab is a black-box room that offers 270-degree immersive projection on three walls / five screens for a total of 94 linear feet of high-definition display surface. The room can host a variety of events including:

  • High-impact presentations of large-scale visualizations and simulations
  • Technology-rich interactive sessions in a small group setting
  • Command/control room simulation
  • Immersive computing
  • Game research
  • “Big data” decision theater
  • Comparative social computing

270° stereoscopic 3D projection is available. 

Visualization services

Design templates

Display resolution:

  • Windows Visualization Server for 270° Wraparound Mode (Screens 1-5, contiguous): 16,384 x 1200
  • HDMI Laptop Mode for Corner Screens Only: Up to 1920 x 1200

Furniture Options

Custom software allowed?
Determined on a case-by-case basis

User video connections allowed?
Yes, HDMI and VGA

Food / beverage / catering allowed?

Public visibility?

Special features:

  • 270° immersive projection
  • Surround sound stereo output
  • Stereoscopic 3D projection
  • Theater lighting


Reservation and Use Guidelines

Reservable up to 6 months in advance.
Reserve for up to 24 hours.
Reservable by Graduate Students, Faculty.
After 15 minute grace period for arrival, space becomes available to others.
View room use guidelines.

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