The Nexus Collaborative Learning Lab
We are unable to disinfect the Google Cardboards adequately. We recommend purchasing these or other VR viewers listed here to use with the apps mentioned on the guide. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
The 3D Printing Lab is located in the Nexus II in Room 208. There are three FDM printers (TAZ Pro, Ultimaker 3 Extended, and an Ultimaker 2 Go) as well as a Formlabs Form 2 SLA Printer. With some restrictions, prints are currently run at no charge for IU School of Medicine faculty, staff, and students. For more information about 3D printing in medicine, the 3D printing service, or to request a print, see the 3D Printing LibGuide or email the tech team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reality Lab is a collaboration between the library and the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab and consists of four high end gaming PCs with HTC Vive Virtual Reality headsets. For more information about VR in medicine and the Reality Lab’s offerings, please refer to our Virtual and Augmented Reality LibGuide. To schedule a session with a tech team member to be introduced to VR, please email the team at email@example.com.
IQ Visualization Wall
The IQ Wall is a collaboration between the library and the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab. The IQ Wall has a 7680 x 2160 resolution, more than 17 million pixels, and is 16 feet wide. All that screen real estate is great for group work and for visualizing large data sets. The IQ Wall is also touch enabled and is capable of displaying multiple computer sources at once utilizing Solstice. A video conferencing system with an auto tracking camera allows for collaboration with colleagues at IU School of Medicine’s campuses across the state.