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Duderstadt Center Video Studio

Duderstadt Digital Media Commons 2281 Bonisteel Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI, 48109

734-936-3191

The Duderstadt’s Digital Media Commons Video Studio is an experimental media lab and high quality documentation space that is available to the entire University of Michigan’s community. Well equipped and staffed, it enables original concepts and ideas to be turned into rich media that can be shared with the world. The Video Studio is also a collaborative sandbox, where faculty, students, visiting educators, scientists and artists come to collaborate and to produce or display high quality video and audio and to experiment with media technology. Performances and projects range from capturing green screen sequences, recording motion capture data, experimenting with projection mapping, or documenting an original performance using multiple cameras and microphones, and are typically experimental or academic and represent learning, teaching and research across the disciplines.