Status of ITS resources
No matter what you are studying at K-State, this space has something for you!
Located on the 1st and 2nd floors of Hale Library, this state-of-the-art facility will offer all K-Staters the opportunity to use the latest innovative technologies. Although our inital offerings are limited to media computers and equipment checkout, more resources will arrive in the coming months as we anticipate our grand opening Fall 2021.
In addition to 3D printers, media studios and makerspaces, we also have friendly staff available to help you. Does this sound exciting, but you aren't sure how you can incorporate the Lab into your class or project? We can help! Contact Jahvelle Rhone or Jeff Sheldon to discuss how the Innovation Lab can advance your creative and scholarly pursuits.
This Linux and Windows-based lab is uniquely designed for machine learning and AI development. It includes 2 Microsoft Kinects, single board computers such as Raspberry Pi and NVIDIA Jetson Nano, 1 Amazon DeepLens camera and 13 computers, one of which is at a 3-person collaboration desk with wall-mounted display.
The CAVE, or Cave Automatic Virtual Environment, room is a position-aware, immersive environment that features full-surround wall projections for visualizing and experiencing digital content with the naked eye.
You can also checkout additional technology and equipment from IT Equipment Checkout. This includes:
This ventilated, plumbed and enclosed environment is used for 3D printing, laser etching and carving, and digital fabrication. It includes 12 Ultimaker S5 3D printers, 2 Formlabs SLA 3D printers, 2 Glowforge laser cutters, 4 desktop computers, tools for shaping, a sink, display area and other supplies.
This multi-room, open space can be used for meetings, trainings, webinars and presentations. It features whiteboards, video displays, seating and table space. The wall mounted video displays can be hooked up to laptops. The Liquid Galaxy multi-panel display can be used for remote experiences, data visualization, GIS and map viewing.
This open-access area can be used to produce handcrafted materials using powered and unpowered tools. Tools include:
This computer lab features iMacs and Windows PCs with video, image and sound editing software, as well as VR, AR and CAD development apps. The space also has a reserved area for 1 large-format printer and 1 large-format scanner. There are 19 total computers and 1 multifunction copier.
This small studio room features studio lighting, cameras, microphones, a green screen and recording equipment that operates through minimal effort. It’s ideal for recording presentations, interviews and even podcasts.
This state-of-the-art recording studio includes a digital recording workstation, mounted LCD display, sound monitors, microphone array, pre-amps, headphones, a custom-built recording booth and a full-sized piano-style keyboard.
The video studio features a control room and theatrical space, which includes adjustable stage grid lighting and microphone array.
This room includes 3 projectors to immerse users in VR for testing and demonstration purposes. The room can also display regular content, making it useful as a gallery for digital content.
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