Date Published: October 22, 2013
By Kay Wall
Dean of Libraries
We here at Clemson University Libraries are excited to announce that the grand opening of the Brown Digital Resources Laboratory (DRL) will take place from 2 – 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24. This newly renovated space is the result of a partnership between the Libraries, CCIT, Dell and the National Science Foundation and boasts cutting-edge technology that will be utilized by students and faculty in a variety of disciplines.
Some of the room’s most impressive features include the hiperwall, which is composed of 15 46-inch high-definition monitors, a 16-node computational cluster, a high definition video conferencing system and a projector with holographic image capabilities. Further, the video wall outside the room will soon be able to display announcements for upcoming events and a Twitter feed. Next time you’re in Cooper Library, come by the Brown DRL and see some of the amazing work being produced by faculty, staff and students in the space.
For more information on the technologies found in the Brown Digital Resources Laboratory, or to make a proposal for the room’s use, visit: http://citi.clemson.edu/drl/.