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

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 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 Windows applications such as Zoom or Skype.

Please note that during the COVID-19 pandemic, room occupancy is limited to eight people.

The Fine Visualization Lab is a shared facility between the Princeton Engineering Library and the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE).