USF Advanced Visualization Center gives students and faculty a new way to look at learning.
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TAMPA, Fla. (May 2, 2012) – The University of South Florida’s Advanced Visualization Center is bringing a new view to campus with 16 high-resolution stereoscopic 3D monitors that allows students, researchers and faculty to look at their work in a whole new way.
The center, located in the Physics/Math Building, was officially opened Monday, April 30, as a new venue to hold classes and present research. Funded by the Student Tech Fee, the Advanced Visualization Center includes a 10-workstation computer lab and staff to assist faculty and students in creating 3D presentations.
USF Libraries also have created a special catalogue of resources for students to use in their interactive presentations. To learn more, visit center’s website here.
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