PRISM Lab

Partners for Research in Spatial Modeling

PRISM Lab
Overview: 

PRISM lab, a center for 3D visualization and rapid prototyping, was founded by School of Art professor, Dan Collins, in 1996. Located in the Brickyard on Mill, the facility includes two instructional labs, a COD lab with large-scale 3D laser scanning and prototyping, and 25 computer workstations.

The School of Art intermedia and sculpture programs maintain close ties with PRISM lab, as well as Herberger Institute's School of Arts, Media, and Engineering and several other schools on campus. Through classes, lectures and assistantships, ASU students have the opportunity to learn about the most cutting-edge visual media available.

Visit the PRISM Lab website for more information.

ADDRESS

699 S. Mill Ave, Suite 350
Tempe, AZ 85281
(Corner of 7th Street and Mill Ave.)

HOURS

Available by appointment only.

CONTACT

Dan Collins
Director, PRISM
Dan.Collins@asu.edu

Experience the Space

PARKING

Parking: 

Paid parking is available in the The Brickyard Parking Garage