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Experimental Classrooms

Virtual Reality. Learning glass. Mediasite and Zoom.

These bookable experimental classrooms feature a variety of emerging technologies to help you push the boundaries of collaborative, interactive learning!

Explore the newest technologies in educaiton with support from our team, who can help make recomendations, provide a tour, or even reseach materials on the benefits of using the new technologies.

Collaborative Multimedia Classroom

The collaborative multimedia classroom provides faculty with an interactive experience like no other classroom.

The space seats 36, grouped collaboratively with monitors at one of 5 tables. Each table is equipped with 5 PCs and can be connected to the monitor at each table. The podium contains a PC, HDMI, VGA, and ShareLink (a wireless screen-sharing program) that is connected to an interactive touch screen centered in the room. The podium can also project on to all the monitors in the room!

Faculty interested in using this space may be required to administer an exit survey to their students.

Book a Multimedia Classroom Tour/Consultation

Instructional Recording Studio

Looking to create more engaging video content? Faculty interested in creating recorded content can use the Instructional Recording Studio to record and edit material in a number of ways.

The Learning Glass gives faculty a floating whiteboard for lecture content, as seen in this video from San Diego State University. All the the equipment needed to produce professional recording are made avalible, with the Learning Space Services team close by for any questions.

Book a Recording Studio Tour/Consultation

Virtual & Augmented Reality Classroom

The VR/AR Innovative Technology Space features four virtual reality stations equipped with head mounted displays HTC Vive Pro and Oculus Rift, a dedicated VR content development work station, access to Google Cardboard headsets for use with your own mobile device and omnidirectional cameras for 360° video capture and editing.

Each VR station is also equipped with a variety of titles/apps accessed from the Steam Store for visitors to try as well as Unity for VR content development.

Book a VR Classroom Tour/Consultation

Woman Doing Virtual Reality Painting