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RIT Research Laboratories, Equipment, and Services

Center for Detectors

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research


In addition to fabrication and testing capabilities, the CfD has access to sophisticated simulation software to predict the performance of devices, from fabrication processes to performance of a completed detector. Simulations can describe all of the processes available in the RIT Semiconductor and Microsystems Fabrication Laboratory (SMFL) by building a physics-based model in 3D space of a device from initial substrate to completed device.

Computer Graphics Research Lab

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research


In addition to approximately a dozen computers with various processing and graphical capabilities, the lab also uses the following equipment:


• Access Grid Software

• Autodesk Maya 2008

• Autodesk MotionBuilder 7.5

• Pixar’s RenderMan

• Torque Game Engine by Garage Games

Game Design and Development Laboratory

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research


Through exploration, collaboration, and computational simulation in game worlds and virtual spaces, the creation of systems, prototypes, and interaction models for new and emerging media, and the production of public works and dissemination of findings, the lab facilitates research initiatives in fields such as:

• Experimental game design and development

• Visualization environments and integrated media frameworks

Human Performance Lab

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research


The equipment may be used for both ergonomics and safety applications. Some of the equipment includes:

• Electromyography System (electrodes, preamplifiers, amplifiers, and


• Strain Gage Dynamometer and Amplifier Tektronix Oscilloscope

• Chatillon Push/Pull Dynamometer


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