Due to the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic, the Immersive Experiences Lab has been closed for the Fall 2020 semester. IMEX Lab resources like 360° cameras, VR headsets, and the 3D scanner have been temporarily relocated to the Pattee Library Media Commons.
What is the Immersive Experiences Lab?
The lab features a space designed specifically for 360° video creation and viewing. Virtual reality headsets, 360° video editing computers, and 360° cameras are housed in the lab. The lab also has a soundbooth for audio recording. The Immersive Experiences Lab is located in 109 Ag Sci & Industries Building.
What is 360° video?
360° video offers a new model for storytelling. 360° video is recorded in all directions at once, allowing viewers to have a more immersive viewing experience. Our specific focus is on instructing the creation of 360° video and making meaningful production decisions to create fully immersive learning experiences.
How does 360° video engage viewers?
This style of video is unique because it allows viewers to experience locations to which they wouldn’t normally have access. 360° video enables empathic storytelling between the storyteller and the audience viewing the video.
Staff + Location
The IMEX Lab in 109 Ag Sci & Industries building, employs full-time and part-time staff who are highly trained on the hardware and software tools needed to complete the most common multimedia tasks. The lab operates under the Media Commons service model with a dedicated consultant and appointment-based reservation system. Students can reserve space using our appointment request form. Instructors can schedule workshops using the workshop request form.