Leeds Motion Capture Studio
The Leeds Motion Capture Studio is a unique and multi-faceted research facility. The studio features a state-of-the-art 1,400 square-foot Vicon motion capture analysis system, an eight-channel interactive projection system, and an integrated XR experience platform. The studio hosts a variety of research programs, special projects and events, and interdisciplinary classes that make use of its unique resources.
A black-box production studio, equipped with various video and audio recording instruments, studio lighting, green-screen, and an integrated XR experience platform, the Video Studio can meet most traditional production needs. The studio hosts classes, workshops, events, and individual productions. When the space is not in use by courses, the studio is available as a resource for independent projects thru the Student Technology Collaborative’s equipment lending program.
CCAM features a variety of Creative Suites, available for individual use thru the Student Technology Collaborative’s equipment lending program. The suites feature a variety of creative production resources, including video and audio recording instruments, animation copy stands and drawing tablets, mixers and editing instruments, integrated XR production tools, and powerful computing resources equipped to handle most 2D and 3D computer graphics needs.
Project Consultation and Feedback
The CCAM team is available to advise and provide feedback to Yale faculty, students and staff on a range of interdisciplinary research or experimental art and technology related questions. Fill out the CCAM consultation form and expect to hear back from us within a week.
The Center for Collaborative Arts and Media is partnered with the Yale Student Technology Collaborative (STC), which manages and operates an array of campus equipment lending facilities. The STC equipment lending program features primary campus locales at the CCAM, Bass Library, and the School of Art. The CCAM equipment lending booth is open on Weekdays from 2-6pm, Saturdays 4-6pm.
The CCAM Media Lab features a variety of material resources for media fabrication including wide-format inkjet printing, direct-to-substrate UV printing, 3D prototyping, laser-cutting, vinyl-cutting, drawing tablets, scanners, and traditional book-binding instruments. The Media Lab is a place for experimentation, exploration, and material fabrication.