The Seymour Kunis Media Core provides facilities for multimedia research including security, forensics, biometrics, steganography and steganalysis, immersive displays and virtual and augmented reality. Special features of the lab include:
An overhead grid for hanging lights and cables
A rear-projection video wall designed to test humancomputer interaction
An open floor plan with highly reconfigurable spaces for experiments
A green screen
Room for multiple student groups to set up experiments for testing
Electrical outlets in the floor, walls and ceiling
Binghamton University • BINGHAMTON RESEARCH • Winter 2014
Not many people have this kind of space,” says Scott Craver, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering. “It’s halfway between a research lab and a movie studio. There’s a lot we can do here.
Published on Jan 14, 2014
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