Sussex Humanities Lab

Digital Humanities Lab

The Digital Humanities Lab has been designed to facilitate innovative work in the digital humanities. It is supported by a specialist team of Research Technicians in the Digital Humanities.

Digital Humanities Lab equipment and technologies

 

Audio 

  • 7:1 Mayer sound system, 7 x MM4-XP & 1 x MM10-XP speakers 
  • 8 x 8030B Genelec active monitor speakers 
  • Denon DN—500AV surround preamplifier 
  • RME Fireface UCX audio interface 
  • RME MADIface USB 
  • QSC Q-SYS Core 250i audio and control processor & touch screen 
  • 32 channel digital mixing console & D-Rack: Digico SD11 
  • 2 x Microphones : Shure SM58  
  • 2 x Wireless Microphones: Shure BETA 87A  

 Visual

  • 4K Smart 3D LED TV: Samsung 75" JU7000 7 Series Flat UHD  
  • Epson EH-TW570 720p 3000 lumens 2D/3D cinema projector 
  • SMP UC40 LED projector 

 Lighting 

  • DMX lighting rig:  iLight intelligent lighting control 
  • Enttec DMX USB PRO Mk2: lighting control 

 Interactive

  • Raspberry Pi, Pi 2, Pi 3, Pi Zero, Rii mini wireless keyboards, Touch screens & accessories 
  • Arduino Starter Kit: Arduino UNO rev 3, Projects book & starter kit components 
  • Estimote Beacons Network  
  • 2 x Smapee energy monitors 
  • Disklavier MX100 digital/mechanical piano 

 Other

  • Apple Mac Mini 
  • Apple iPad 
  • Apple TV 3 
  • GoPro Hero 4 4K cameras
  • Sony Playstation 4 
  • Blu-ray play: Samsung BD-J7500 
  • Synology Diskstation DS415play network attached storage drive 
  • 2 x soldering irons 
  • Various cables & adaptors 

 

Digital Humanities Lab

Booking the Digital Humanities Lab

Sussex faculty and researchers can request to use the Lab for events related to the Digital Humanities. To enquire about using the Lab please contact shl@sussex.ac.uk