Immersive Environments Lab (IEL) - Room 208 Stuckeman Family Building
The Immersive Environments Lab (IEL) is a joint project of Penn State's Information Technology Services (ITS) and the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, located in 208 Stuckeman Family Building The purpose of the lab is to facilitate the effective use of VR techniques in the design arts and other disciplines. The lab is used in undegradaute architectural design studio for visualization and presentation of student designs, telecollaborative design studio with remote student peers, as well as for research and teaching in immersive visualization, mutlimedia and visual analytics across SALA.
See the Systems Manual for more information.
Publications on the IEL:
Diving Deep into Designs -- ArchitectureWeek -- October 23, 2002.