Marquette Visualization Lab (MARVL)
The MARquette Visualization Lab (MARVL), located in Engineering Hall, is a facility working to demonstrate how visualization technology can be used in learning, research, and industry. By providing users with experiences within a realistic environment, MARVL is able to promote active learning, critical thinking, decision making, and improve performance.
The lab contains a versatile large-scale immersive environment that consists of four display surfaces, with stereoscopic viewing and motion tracking equipment available. With the resources of the Content Development Lounge (CDL), digital content is developed in collaboration with various groups with the intent of aiding in research, teaching, and industrial applications, as well as other outreach initiatives.
With prior collaboration in fields ranging from Theology to Engineering to Foreign Languages, MARVL is actively looking for collaboration from various areas with all the possibilities for unique applications available. Opportunities for involvement and contribution by graduate and undergraduate students in the MARVL and CDL are possible, and those interested should speak with Dr. John LaDisa.
For more information on MARVL, click this link and visit our homepage.
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