The ISIS Program is housed in the Smith Warehouse in Bay 11-12. We have our main office in Bay 12, Room 103, and have shared access to a multimedia classroom, individual work studios, a seminar room, and two faculty project labs run by Tim Lenoir and Nick Gessler. We also have access to a greenwall, common meeting areas, and the "arcade" of computers for visualization. In addition, the Bay 11-12 space serves as gallery space for ISIS and other student projects. For more information, check out the Physical Spaces link.
We also host various Virtual Spaces. In addition to the ISIS website we have numerous project websites. We also host three Second Life Islands: The Duke ISIS Oasis, which is used for class projects, the Duke Metaverse, which is used for ongoing collaborations, and the new Haiti Island, which will serve as a 3D front end to a library of Haitian materials compiled as part of the FHI Haiti Lab project.
We also have a set laptops that are used for classes and projects, various pieces of equipment for special projects, and co-own some specialized workstations with the Jenkins Collaboratory and the Visual Studies Initiative.
Bay 11 Images courtesy of Lambert Architecture + Interiors.