About the DML
Planning and Consultation
Focusing on areas involving the convergence of media and technology, the Digital Media Lab has a team of knowledgeable media professionals available for consultation and project planning. These areas include digital imaging, audiovisual production and post-production, physical interactivity, 2D/3D animation, mobile technologies, as well as visualization and delivery of media content.
Instruction and Tutorials
Each semester the lab sponsors a series of instructional short courses for a variety of software applications and technologies. We also consult with faculty and instructors on introducing media technology into course assignments and the curriculum.
The Digital Media Lab actively fosters an environment for peer-driven teaching and learning, and students may reserve the Groups-Lab for instruction that involves media creation/production.
Studio 301 is now available. Find out more at Studio 301 information.
Students and Faculty may reserve equipment from the Digital Media Lab using the online registration form, or by calling (434) 924-7286 to set up a consultation.
Places and Services
The Lab has three service points located on the third ﬂoor of Clemons Library. The main lab has 14 Macintosh workstations with professional equipment and sophisticated applications for the digitization, post-production and delivery of media related projects. The space is conducive for working solo and in pairs.
An extension of the main lab, the Groups-Lab (G-Lab) has open spaces and promotes a supportive environment for small groups working collaboratively. The 14 Macintosh workstations host entry-level and some professional applications for creating and producing image, sound, and video projects.
The Equipment Room reserves and circulates professional-consumer video cameras and related equipment to support the creative life-cycle for advanced production courses offered at the University of Virginia.