media:scape

media:scape
 
With media:scape, OIT provides a specialized high-tech collaboration space at Stinson Collaborative Commons.  Combining the timeless concept of a round table together with the technology to connect several laptops, media:scape creates an ideal collaborative setup for small groups.  With up to five connections at a time, it gives each member equal ability to engage and contribute.
 
An elegant natural way to literally connect your ideas, discuss solutions, share your work and save everything to disk. 
 

So bring your laptops and start collaborating!

 

Easy to Use!

Built for comfort and ease of use, media:scape requires no special software, no training manuals and no complicated setup.  Just walk up and connect!


Open the media well and remove a Puck™
Connect the Puck to your laptop (the Puck™ will turn white)
Share what’s on your laptop by pressing the Puck™ (the Puck™ will turn green)
 
 

Location 

The media:scape is located inside the Unity computer lab on the first floor in the Stinson Collaborative Commons (Formerly known as the Laundry Lab) in the Language and Computing Labs Building.
 
OIT also provides FlyspaceThis link will open in a new window and CopyCam collaborative spaces.  D. H. Hill Library provides similar rooms, called Group Study RoomsThis link will open in a new window.  The College of Engineering also provides similar workspaces, called CollaboratoriesThis link will open in a new window
 
 

Going Green

By minimizing or eliminating the use of plastic, aluminum and PVC, and maximizing the use of steel, media:scape production has less impact on the environment. All components are constructed for easy disassembly to ensure recycleablity and adhesives are avoided. 
 
Technology Components RoHS/WEEE compliant
  EnergyStar®
         
LEED Contribution       Recycled content, regional materials, low emitting materials and innovation in design
     
Environmental Facts     74% recyclable
  38% recycled content
     
Certifications                   SCS Indoor Advantage™ certified for indoor air quality in North America
 

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