Data Visualization Studio

Portland State University's Data Visualization Studio is a high-performance, collaborative workspace for researchers, instructors, and decision-makers to engage with information across a wide spectrum of disciplines. 

The studio offers large-scale visualization of data and imagery, powerful computing, video conferencing capabilities, and a collaborative environment that enables teams to work in small groups on a single unit, then pair all units together to view larger data sets and images.

To reserve the DVS, please submit a request form.
Contact Chris Thomas with any questions: chris.thomas@pdx.edu, 5-3423.

Specs:

Three side-by-side 80-inch touchscreen Monopads at the front of the room capable of displaying multiple smaller images or one giant image.

Four separate 70-inch touchscreen Monopads that serve as group work spaces around the room.

Data Visualization MonitorsMovable tables and chairs offer different seating arrangements for groups up to 30 people.
 

Managed by PSU's Research & Graduate Studies (RGS), the Data Visualization Studio was built in 2016 with funding from the U.S. Economic Development Administration as part of a project to track energy use in buildings on and around the PSU campus and improve building performance. The studio can also be used as an interactive classroom space.