Supersize your ideas at the HIVE

A room featuring a 10-by-24-foot ultra-high-resolution display can be reserved by university faculty and staff for uses such as interactive instruction, teleconferences, collaborative data analysis and thesis defenses.

Data visualization specialist Brian Tempero stands in front of a brain-wiring image created by measuring the movement of water molecules through neural pathways using diffuse tensor magnetic resonance imaging technology.
Kris Newby

The Stanford Research Computing Center is home to the HANA Immersive Visualization Environment, a state-of-the-art audio-visual classroom equipped with a 10-by-24-foot ultra-high-resolution display and a three-zone, 10-speaker sound system.

The HIVE, which accommodates as many as 40 people, can be reserved by university faculty, staff and students for uses such as interactive instruction, teleconferences, presentations and thesis defenses. Many researchers use its image magnification capabilities for collaborative data analysis, simulations and visualization.

The HIVE is in Room 050 of the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center. Reservations can be made online.

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