The Experiential Technologies Lab at the College of Arts Media and Design is a state of the art resource for AR/VR, biometrics and user testing research and teaching.
The lab encompasses high-end technology that fosters an environment of development and learning, drives independent and collaborative projects pursued by faculty and students, and supports experiential course work. Current work in the lab includes: biometrics-driven research with eye-tracking glasses, Shimmer and iMotion software; design research and digital storytelling with tools such as 360 VR cameras, Magic Leap, Hololens and Occulus Go; user testing with a one-way mirror environment, camera setups and high end computing. We strive to remove road blocks in the creation process, utilizing digital tools and new media to make emerging technology projects come to life.
For questions about the lab, to schedule a visit or to sign up to use the equipment, please email Jason Duhaime, New Technology Manager at [email protected]