ARCHIVED: At IU, where can I get help with advanced multimedia projects or interactive data visualization?

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The Indiana University Advanced Visualization Lab (AVL), part of the Visualization and Analytics directorate within the Research Technologies division of UITS, serves as a university-wide resource for visualization technologies, virtual reality and interactive experiences, and advanced digital arts and media. The AVL collaborates with IU students, faculty, and staff to promote the innovative application of advanced visual technologies in research, education, art, and community outreach. AVL staff maintain and provide open access to a variety of advanced visualization hardware and software resources, and share their expertise through a range of consulting, development, and outreach services to support researchers, educators, students, and artists across all departments on every IU campus.

Training and consulting services are available to IU students, faculty, researchers, and artists seeking to use AVL facilities, systems, and software for performing interactive data visualization and analysis, creating virtual reality and 3D simulations, or processing and displaying advanced multimedia.

AVL staff can help optimize your current advanced media and interactive visualization software and workflows, or recommend alternatives that may better suit your needs. AVL staff also can help with data translation tasks and provide limited custom software development if no available application meets your project's needs.

To set up an initial project consultation, or for more information about AVL consulting services, contact the AVL.

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