New Video Editing Stations

The six Mac video editing stations in GroundWorks have been upgraded. Anyone editing a movie or managing a complex project can enjoy two 27 inch monitors to spread out across, as well as more powerful computers to render your videos faster and USB 3 / Firewire 800 hubs to make saving to external devices a […]

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New Wacom Tablets

If you are an illustrator, or just want to put the final tweaks on a Photoshop project with a little more control, things just got better. The four graphics stations in GroundWorks now sport brand new Wacom Cintiq 22HD display graphics tablets. Higher resolution, better color rendering, more programmable soft-buttons, overhead work lights and new […]

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Mac or PC? Why not both!

The GroundWorks Media Lab prides itself in offering a full suite of media tools for Mac and PC users so everyone can use the system they are most comfortable with. This flexibility just got even better. Our four graphics workstations are now dual boot. Gone are the days of wanting to edit graphics on a […]

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Interactive Design Presentations

This evening, Professor Michael Gurevich’s PAT 452 students presented their interactive design projects. The students presented the devices that they have been working on for the first half of semester. These devices were physically interactive devices that musicians could use to create music and sound experiences, beyond keyboards and mouses, and perform in front of […]

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Creative Process Critique, part 2

Trent Hansen from Elona Van Gent’s Creative Process (UARTS 250) course responds to the critique and class over all. “The class is pretty great.  It gives us a chance to think freely and take projects wherever we want to, but gives us just enough structure to keep it from becoming a free-for-all,” Trent says. Here is an attachment […]

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