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Details of hardware available in the Digital Media course.  
 
Details of hardware available in the Digital Media course.  
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Speak to your module leader or project supervisors if there is equipment you would like to borrow, or additional equipment you would like to request.
  
For additional equipment (cameras etc) please see the UWE project room on the ground floor in Q block, Frenchay Campus.
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For additional equipment (cameras, Android tablets, tripods etc) please see the UWE project room on the ground floor in Q block, Frenchay Campus.
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You can see the online catalogue and '''book equipment from the project room''' for general equipment[[https://connect2.uwe.ac.uk/Connect2_FET_BNE/]] and Digital Media equipment [[https://connect2.uwe.ac.uk/connect2_fet_bne/wizard/multiresource.aspx?step=1&hash=%2bNEfDq6xq%2b2kGvEXICuhMIwcTu2EkvKtygvulu%2bgzSrNz4DZ]].
  
==interface==
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'''NB.''' See also the [[tools]] pages for software and online tools listings.
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==Interface hardware==
  
 
*Makey Makey boards http://makeymakey.com/
 
*Makey Makey boards http://makeymakey.com/
 
*Arduino boards https://www.arduino.cc/
 
*Arduino boards https://www.arduino.cc/
 
*LEAP motion 3d controller https://www.leapmotion.com/  
 
*LEAP motion 3d controller https://www.leapmotion.com/  
*LittleBits cloud Kits  http://littlebits.cc/
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*Xbox kinect motion trackers
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*LittleBits cloud Kits  [[http://littlebits.cc/]]
 
*Game controllers
 
*Game controllers
 
*Game input buttons, joysticks, hardware etc with serial to USB interfaces
 
*Game input buttons, joysticks, hardware etc with serial to USB interfaces
  
==computing==
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==Computing hardware==
*Nexus 7 and 9 Android tablets https://www.google.com/nexus/
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*Nexus 7 and 9 Android tablets [[https://www.google.com/nexus/]]
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*Samsung galaxy s7
 
*iPad mini2 tablets
 
*iPad mini2 tablets
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*Rasberry Pi computers
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*Raspberry Pi touchscreen modules
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*High spec laptop
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==Camera equipment==
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*GoPro Hero 5 video camera
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*GoPro Fusion 360 video camera
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*Kodak Pixpro video camera
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*Samsung Gear 360 video camera with headset and remote control
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*Green Screen video backdrop
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*DSLR cameras
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*Tripods and mono pods
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*Web cams
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*HD Video Cameras
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==Audio equipment==
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*Genelec Speakers
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*MIDI keyboards
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*Minirig Bluetooth speakers[[https://minirigs.co.uk/portable-speaker]]
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*ZOOM handheld stereo audio recorders
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*Headphones
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==Other hardware==
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*Oculus Go VR headsets
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*Google cardboard headsets [[https://vr.google.com/cardboard/]]
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*Media players
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*USB hubs
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*Mini projectors
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*Amazon echo
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*SD cards and card readers
  
==other==
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*assorted brainstorming boxes, paper, pens, stickies, scissors etc

Latest revision as of 13:30, 11 September 2018

Details of hardware available in the Digital Media course. Speak to your module leader or project supervisors if there is equipment you would like to borrow, or additional equipment you would like to request.

For additional equipment (cameras, Android tablets, tripods etc) please see the UWE project room on the ground floor in Q block, Frenchay Campus. You can see the online catalogue and book equipment from the project room for general equipment[[1]] and Digital Media equipment [[2]].

NB. See also the tools pages for software and online tools listings.

Interface hardware

Computing hardware

  • Nexus 7 and 9 Android tablets [[4]]
  • Samsung galaxy s7
  • iPad mini2 tablets
  • Rasberry Pi computers
  • Raspberry Pi touchscreen modules
  • High spec laptop

Camera equipment

  • GoPro Hero 5 video camera
  • GoPro Fusion 360 video camera
  • Kodak Pixpro video camera
  • Samsung Gear 360 video camera with headset and remote control
  • Green Screen video backdrop
  • DSLR cameras
  • Tripods and mono pods
  • Web cams
  • HD Video Cameras

Audio equipment

  • Genelec Speakers
  • MIDI keyboards
  • Minirig Bluetooth speakers[[5]]
  • ZOOM handheld stereo audio recorders
  • Headphones

Other hardware

  • Oculus Go VR headsets
  • Google cardboard headsets [[6]]
  • Media players
  • USB hubs
  • Mini projectors
  • Amazon echo
  • SD cards and card readers
  • assorted brainstorming boxes, paper, pens, stickies, scissors etc