CCAM has a variety of resources to facilitate your creative projects and experiments!
Leeds Studio (Room 103)
The Leeds Studio features a state of the art 1400-square-foot Vicon motion capture analysis system, an eight-channel interactive projection system, an eight-speaker sound system with mixer board, and an integrated XR experience platform. The studio hosts a variety of interdisciplinary classes, research programs, special projects, and events.
CCAM is offering Community Hours in the Leeds Studio during the second half of Spring 2022. Yale ID holders may use the space during specific times for select activities. To do so, please review the Terms and Conditions, then make a request through our Skedda page.
CCAM Lending Lab
The CCAM Lending Lab is managed and operated by the Yale Student Technology Collaborative (STC) and is available to all members of the Yale community.
The Lending Lab hours for the Spring 2022 semester are Monday to Friday from 4pm–8pm.
The CCAM Gallery is a 1000 square-foot exhibition space. In addition to traditional display methods for exhibiting photography, prints, and objects, there are 11 digital screens available for displaying film, video, and digital media. Visit the calendar page for information on current, past, and upcoming shows and installations.
Computer Lab (Room 110)
The Computer Lab is CCAM’s largest teaching space, hosting several classes each semester. When not in use by a class, CCAM event, or Community Hours booking (see below), the Computer Lab is available for use by members of the Yale community on a first-come, first-served basis.
CCAM is offering Community Hours in the Computer Lab during the second half of Spring 2022. Yale ID holders may use the space during specific times for select activities. To do so, please review the Terms and Conditions, then make a request through our Skedda page.
Blended Reality Lab
The Blended Reality Lab is an applied research hub for those exploring ideas that operate at the intersection of real and virtual worlds. Located at the Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM), the Blended Reality Lab draws upon CCAM’s mission to connect the arts and sciences through experimental technology and collaborative research. The laboratory and its projects are underwritten through a hybrid structure of academic, industry, and applied research support including an ongoing partnership with Hewlett Packard (HP).