|Computer Graphics Research Lab|
The Computer Graphics Research Lab is a computer science lab dedicated to projects in computer graphics, visualization, and virtual reality. It is also the home of the Virtual Theatre Project, a project with the goal of enabling a theatrical performance in a distributed virtual space. The lab is located in room 70-3405, on the 3rd floor of the Golisano Building, at the heart of the Computer Science Department. With a combination of various animation, motion capture, and audio/visual software, the Computer Graphics Research Lab allows for the pursuit of a wide array of graphics-related projects.
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
• Audigy 2 Sound Cards
• Casio WK-3100 MIDI Keyboard
• MOTU 828mk Audio Interface
Virtual Reality Hardware:
• 5DT Dataglove 5
• i-glasses SVGA Head Mounted Display
• P5 Virtual Reality Glove
• Measurand ShapeWrap III full body motion capture system
The lab also has access to an OrganicMotion STAGE Motion Capture System, located in the CIAS Digital Studio.
For assistance or more information, please contact:
Joe Geigel, Ph.D.
Phone: (585) 475-2051