About Us

The CMAC Extended Reality (XR) Studio at Duke University is a collaborative lab and workspace for the Computational Media, Arts & Cultures (CMAC),  Information Science + Studies (ISS), and Wired! Digital Art History & Visual Culture faculty, staff, and students interested in computational media in relation to physical computing, 3D imaging and printing, photogrammetry and mapping, and immersive interface design, including virtual, mixed, and augmented reality. We also work with the Game Lab initiative and facility in the Link Classroom 6.

ccess is organized through courses, graduate research practica, workshops, and special projects organized by affiliated faculty and staff, currently including Hannah Jacobs, Matt Kenney, Mark Olson, Victoria Szabo, Ed Triplett, Augustus Wendell, and Dave Zielinski, and members of the cross-campus Visualization and Interactive Systems Group.