The VizLab occupies the northern half of the ground floor at Coram Library. It is a space for new and emerging 3D technologies and digital fabrication. Resources are available to support the curricular and scholarly work of the Bates faculty and students. Support ranges from individual and small group consultation, to in-class workshops, to collaborating on research projects with faculty.
The main workroom in the VizLab features three 3D printers, two Laser Cutters, a powerful Mac Studio for complex 3D modeling tasks, and doubles as a classroom and teaching space for small groups.
The VizLab also has three smaller workrooms dedicated to Virtual Reality and Computing, with two powerful PC desktops and an array of VR/AR headsets from Meta/Oculus and HTC.
VizLab staff are generally available for drop-in appointments between 8:30AM and 4:30PM, or email us to get started on your project.