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Facilities

Clemson's School of Computing is proud to offer top-notch computing resources for instructional and research purposes. McAdams Hall holds multiple computing labs for use of students, faculty, and staff, including:

  • McAdams 110A (Open Lab)
    • Mix of Windows, Linux, and Macintosh computers
    • Laptop charging stations
    • Groupwork stations
    • 24-hour access for School of Computing declared majors
  • McAdams 110B (Eye-Tracking Lab)
    • 27 Dell workstations, each with 16 GB of RAM and i7 processors
    • 20 eye-tracking devices
    • Windows 7
  • McAdams 110D
    • 27 Dell workstations, each with 16 GB of RAM and i7 processors
    • Linux
  • McAdams 110E (Holodeck)
    • 23 Dell workstations, each with 16 GB of RAM and i7 processors
    • Dual 85" 4K ultra-high-definition displays
    • Cisco TelePrescence SX20
  • McAdams 118C (Digital Production Instructional Lab)
    • 30 Dell Alienware Alpha R2 workstations
    • 20 Wacom Intuos Pro tablets
    • Access for students in the DPA minor
  • McAdams 118 (Digital Production Arts Studio)
    • 21 high powered dual-screen Linux workstations
    • 14 camera Vicon motion capture system with Windows workstation
    • Green screen area
    • 27" iMacs with Wacom Cintiq tablets
    • A screening room with cinema grade Christie projector and computers
  • Digital Production Arts Charleston, SC Studio
    • 24 Dell Precisions workstations
    • 26 Dell OptiPlex 7040 MT mini towers
    • Combination of Dell UltraSharp curved ultrawide and InfinityEdge monitors
    • A screening room with cinema grade Christie projector and computers

Students, faculty, and staff may be granted access to Clemson's Palmetto Cluster, a high-performance computing cluster.

School of Computing students are encouraged to read through and be familiar with the School of Computing Lab Safety and Usage Guide.