The College of Art and Architecture Design Studio is a technology lab located in the Art and Architecture building, room 205. It features access to high powered computers with design orientated software and hardware. Hardware examples include Wacom Cintiq drawing tablets, a 3D scanner, flatbed scanners, and large format printers. Software packages on each system include Adobe Creative Cloud, Revit, AutoCAD, VRay, Sketchup Pro, 3DS MAX, Maya, and many others. The lab also features an extensive collection of material samples for Architecture and Interior Design students, and collaborative spaces for group projects. Help with hardware and software is also available from the Technology Assistant, or work study students who staff the lab during working hours.
- The studio computers have been upgraded to Windows 10 over the summer. The login screen and desktop environment will look different. Please do not lock your pc, or leave it signed in. Use the sign out shortcut on the taskbar, or access sign out by clicking the account icon in the start menu.
- Studio Computers 4, 6, 7, and 9 have been upgraded with more powerful graphics processing units (GPU). Significant performance increases will be noticeable in GPU dependent programs such as Lumion, Premiere Pro, After Effects, and many more.
- The Technology Assistant hours are posted in the Technology Assitance link above. Feel free to stop by and ask questions!
- The AA 205 and AAS 104 computer studios are open from 8:30 am to 7:30 am. Students do not have access during the 7:30 am to 8:30 am maintenance window. The studio can be accessed between 8:30 pm and 7:30 am with your six-digit, class-assigned PIN..