We are located in room 318 of Skiles Classroom Building, in a makerspace built to encourage individual work, discussion, critique, and collaboration. We are staffed for regular business hours and happy to assist you in developing project ideas, using our equipment, or anything else you might need. We have a wide array of cutting-edge equipment, including:
- All major VR platforms
- Plotter for poster printing
- Large screens for visualization printer
- Powerful computers for high-level digital work
- 3D printers
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The lab requires buzzcard access but is generally staffed and available for walk-in visits, brief tours, or questions between 9-4 each day with a few exceptions -- see our DILAC Open Lab Calendar (login required) for exact times.
Games and Software
- Beat Saber
- Desert Bus VR
- Gone Home
- Google Earth VR
- Kingspray Graffiti
- Rec Room
- The Cable Center - Virtual Archive
- The Lab
- The VR Museum of Fine Art
- Tilt Brush
- Waltz of the Wizard
In most cases, hardware is intended to stay within the lab, but in some cases it will be necessary to loan equipment on a short-term basis for use outside the lab. To inquire about borrowing specific equipment from the lab, please first consult the Equipment Loan Calendar (login required) and then make your request through our Equipment Loan Request Form (login required).
Please note that the large printer is only available to students in courses affiliated with the lab and Digital Media and HCI DM track students.
The lab is not primarily intended to be used as a classroom, but there may be occasions when a class visit for training or for use of specific hardware or software is needed. To inquire about reserving the lab for a class session, please review the Room Reservation Calendar (login required) and then make your request through our Room Reservation Request Form (login required).
For general questions about the lab, arranging time to talk with someone about how to use equipment or software, arranging consultation about potential projects, etc please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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For IT support issues (malfunctioning equipment or software) please send email to the usual IAC IT help address email@example.com