Digital Art Facilities
FA137 and FA215
Each cluster is equipped with state of the arts Mac workstations that are renewed every 2 years. Computer graphic equipments are completed with slide and film scanners, inkjet and laser printers up to 36 inches wide, overhead projection, and latest version imaging and multimedia software such as PhotoShop, Illustrator, Director, Flash, Dreamweaver, Final Cut, After Effects, Maya, etc. FA215 also provides 10 stations that are equipped with both SGI and Windows XP environment. Major graphic applications are included. All upgrade and maintenance are performed by Student Technology Center with consultation from Computer Planning Committee in the School of Fine Arts.
The Area Digital lab is capable of a wide range of processes including digital imaging/archival printing (Epson 4000), analog to High definition recording and editing, and research equipment for mobile/ubiquitous computing. Upgrade and maintenance are performed by Fine Art technical help personnel and Digital Art area faculty.
Hybrid Arts Laboratory focuses on collaborative 3D virtual environments using the CAVE and CAVE-like portable VE displays, GRID network connectivity and massstorage systems.