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Digital Media Production Studio

The Digital Media Production Studio (E2.306) on the Main Floor of the South Campus (main) Library & Learning Center is available for all UT Southwestern affiliated clients. Library staff is available for consult by appointment.

The Media Production Studio houses the following equipment for use:

  • Two PC workstations:
    • Station #1 has audio and video editing software
    • Station #2 has Camtasia, Adobe Creative Suite 5 software (including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign), and Morae usability software.
  • VHS to DVD converter
  • BluRay Player and high definition monitor for viewing
  • Virtual Reality Viewers (Your smart phone mobile device is needed for viewing.)

3D Printing Resources

The Health Sciences Digital Library and Learning Center is the proud recipient of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, South Central Chapter 2017 and 2015 Emerging Technology Award. The purpose of the award was to encourage 3D printing literacy to our campus community through access to a 3D printer, supplies, and electronic resources, including the NIH 3D Print Exchange. This NIH website provides 3D printed models, tutorials, and a learning community discussion board for troubleshooting.

Form 2 (SLA)

The 2017 Technology Award 3D printer is a Form 2 with a Curing station and a Washing station . It can print via a USB connection from a laptop using the PreForm software. This printer is currently available by appointment only and will eventually be moved to the Studio once the Wash and Cure stations are received. The materials currently available are:

  • Black
  • Clear
  • Dental
  • Durable
  • Flexible
  • Grey
  • Tough
  • White

Lulzbot Taz 5 (FDM)

The 2015 Technology Award 3D printer is a Lulzbot Taz 5 with single and dual extruders. It can print via SD card or from the Cura printer driver program. To use the Taz 5, schedule an orientation or consult the Lulzbot Taz 5 3D Printer Instructions .The filaments currently available are:

  • ABS
  • HIPS
  • NinjaFlex (Regular and Semi-Flex)
  • PLA
  • PVA

3D printing projects are currently being accepted on a case-by-case basis. Contact Jane.Scott@utsouthwestern.edu to schedule a 3D Print Orientation.

Virtual Reality (VR)

VR Cardboard Readers

These VR readers work with the Google Cardboard apps to experience virtual reality (VR) simulations. Please do not remove the Cardboard VR viewers from the Digital Media Production Studio. Try the YouTube 360 website or download one of the following recommended free apps: