We are another step closer to hosting our fantastic motion capture studio on campus.
Welcome back to UHV! Fall semester started today!
CAVE is short for Computation and Advanced Visualization Engineering.
Located at the University West 224, the laboratory hosts one of the most advanced motion
capture equipments in the state and primarily serves our students within
a number of fields of study ranging from digital gaming and simulation to art and
humanities. The laboratory utilizes 24x T-160 Vicon cameras to capture rigid and non-rigid motion
in both 2 and 3 dimensions.
Please take a few moments to check out our website, learn about our projects, and let us know if you
have an application that can benefit from our facilities and equipment. We will be happy
to help you get the data you need by utilizing our state-of-the-art Laboratory.
Eddie, can you help me? These are the words that Eddie
recognizes and responds to. Eddie is built on the MARK architecture. Please
visit the research at research page
to learn more.
Please visit our
High School Robotics Consortium
website to learn more about this R&D program for high school students.
This unique program may be pursued as a part of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or
Bachelor of Applied Art and Science degree programs. Please click here
for more information.
More information about the annual Mathematics and Computer Science Awareness event on our campus is
available on the Math and Computer Science Day