How will you use ThinkSpace’s new digital wall in your teaching?

Digital wall in ThinkSpace
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The possibilities are endless with ThinkSpace‘s HUGE digital wall.

Use the wall for everything from visual exhibitions, data visualisation, interactive displays, presentations, promotions and multi-media displays with audio option. The screen configuration is 12 screens: 2 x 6 configuration.  The 12 screens can operate as one 16:3 aspect (11520px x 2160px for high res and 5760px x 1080px low res) or 3 segments of 16:9 aspect (1920px x 1080px by 3).

ThinkSpace showing furnishings
ThinkSpace is designed for collaborative work for small groups up to 15  or up to 40 seated in theatre style.
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ThinkSpace can be booked by teaching staff. The space is designed for collaborative work for small groups up to 15, or up to 40 seated in theatre style.

Other technology available in the space for students, staff and researchers to book includes:

  • 3D printers
  • CNC Carver
  • Video Recording Studio
  • Creative Design software
  • Virtual Reality
  • Vinyl Cutter
  • Soldering Station
  • Programmable Droid
  • Programmable Drone

Introductory workshops for all these technologies are run throughout semester. For more information, visit the Thinkspace website.

Please contact [email protected] for enquiries and bookings.

ThinkSpace is located at Level 2, Jane Foss Russell Building G02 (above SciTech Library).

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