The visualization lab is an incredibly flexible space that can be utilized in teaching any academic discipline, from the sciences to the humanities.


For more information, call 315-228-6126 or email Joe Eakin to see how the vis lab can be incorporated into your class.

A Teaching Tool

From recreating the night sky, to recreating scenes from antiquity, our faculty are constantly finding ways to incorporate the lab into their innovative syllabi.

Students Create Content

Understanding that teaching is often the best way to learn, our students get involved in the lab developing new shows and materials. Their work includes 3D modeling, script writing, and even the composition of music.

Courses Utilizing the Lab

The visualization lab has the following goals when collaborating with faculty on course materials and teaching opportunities:

  • Engage students in interactive teaching modules.
  • Provide students with an immersive environment to aide in the retention of knowledge.
  • CORE 104s – Fundamental Questions in Science from Subatomic to Cosmological
    Kiko Galvez and Catherine Herne
  • CORE 106s – Galileo, the Church, and the Scientific Endeavor
    Jeff Bary
  • CORE 122s – Life in the Universe
    Tom Balonek
  • CORE 152 – Challenge of Modernity
    Monika Burczyk
  • ARTS 201 – Digital Studio
    Wenhua Shi
  • RPM – Sound Art China
    Dajuin Yao and Wenhua Shi
  • Shadows Series
    Creighton Michael
  • ANTH 103 – Introduction to Archaeology
    Jordan Kerber
  • ANTH/ASTR 230 – Astronomy in Culture
    Tony Aveni
  • SOAN 354 – Field Methods in Archaeoastronomy
    Tony Aveni
  • SOAN 360 – Comparative Cosmologies
  • Tony Aveni