Visualization Lab Spaces

Room with two display screens, a lectern, tables, and chairs.

The Fine Visualization Lab located in Fine Hall contains three high-resolution screens (only two are shown here) and ample seating for group work or presentations.
Photo Credit: Willow Dressel

Fine Visualization Lab

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Update as of June 3, 2022: The visualization resources in this room are currently unavailable due to some malfunctioning hardware. We are actively working on the issue, and estimate this issue will be resolved in roughly 4 weeks.

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The Fine Visualization Laboratory is located in A15 Fine Hall. This 833 sf. facility provides advanced visualization resources, including high-resolution screens, access to Linux, Windows, and Mac computers, touch-screen annotation capabilities, a document camera, and support for scientific visualization and geospatial codes.  It also provides a high resolution video camera, wireless microphones, and assistive listening devices. The room also provides the ability to record lectures.

The high resolution, large format screens are an effective configuration for:

  1. Visualization of data for exploration and communication.
  2. Small group, collaborative work and help sessions.
  3. Presentations by guest speakers.
  4. Educational labs, workshops, and technical training.
  5. A/V conferencing through applications such as Zoom or Skype (this can only be done on the room's Mac computer).

Please note that during the COVID-19 pandemic, room occupancy may be limited and mask-wearing may be mandatory. Check with a PICSciE-RC or Engineering Library staff member for the latest policy or guidelines.

You can reserve the room through the Princeton University Library room reservation system. 

The Fine Visualization Lab is a shared facility between the Princeton Engineering Library and the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE). Given this is one of Princeton's most complex audio and video installations, we strongly recommend you stop by well beforehand to familiarize yourself with the space.

If you would like training, or have any questions, please contact please contact Kelee Pacion (kpacion@princeton.edu)."