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Advanced Development Zone

The Advanced Development Zone is dedicated to prototype development. The zone is comprised of two high performance workstations, namely the CAD workstation and the Android/iOS app development workstation. The former is dedicated for CAD, simulation, and animation and the later is dedicated for application development.

Computers with specialized software must be used only for their intended purposes. The Advanced Development Zone workstations are restricted to users who require the benefit of a high performance machine for the successful completion of their project or learning assignment. Specialized software is available on these machines. (See workstation tabs for details.) Patrons are only to use these computers if they require such software for their project(s). Computers are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, but depending on demand, a user may be asked to limit their time at the computer workstations to three hours.

CAD WORKSTATION

 

The CAD workstation is a high performance workstation for graphic intense processes like Video Editing, Game Creation, Fractal Art, CAD and Prototype Development.

 

The workstation has the following configuration:

  1. Intel® Xeon® Six Core Processor

  2. Windows 7 enterprise

  3. 16GB (4x4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 RDIMM ECC  

  4. NVIDIA® Quadro® K2200 4GB (2 DP, DL-DVI-I) (1 DP to SL-DVI adapter)

  5. Dual 23’ WQHD monitors

  6. Wireless Mouse and Keyboard

Softwares Available:

 

  1. 123D Design R1.6

  2. Android Studio

  3. Audacity 2.1.1

  4. Autodesk 3Ds Max 2016

  5. Autodesk Application Manager

  6. Autodesk AutoCAD 2016

  7. Autodesk BackBurner

  8. Autodesk Bim360 Glue

  9. Autodesk Civil View for 3Ds Max

  10. Autodesk Inventor Server Engine of 3Ds Max 2016

  11. Autodesk Material Library

  12. Autodesk Maya 2016

  13. Autodesk Recap 2016

  14. Autodesk Revit Interoperability for 3Ds Max

  15. Autodesk ShowCase 2016

  16. Atom

  17. AMD Catalyst

  18. Avidemux

  19. Blender

  20. Bonjour

  21. Dolby Digital Live Pack

  22. Eclipse

  23. GNS 3

  24. Geny Motion

  25. Irfan View

  26. Makerbot

  27. Matlab

  28. Meshmixer

  29. My SOL Server 2014

  30. Microsoft Silverlight

  31. Node JS

  32. Office Pro Plus 2013

  33. Oracle VM VirtualBox

  34. Python

  35. SketchUp 2015

  36. Validity WBF DDK 495

  37. Visual C++

  38. Visual Studio Community 2015

  39. Visual Studio Code

ANDROID WORKSTATION

The Android workstation is dedicated for mobile application development  and coding and simulation.

  1. Windows 7 Enterprise
  2. Intel Core i7 Processor Speed 3.40 GHz Processor (Model i7-2600)
  3. Memory: 4 GB DDR3 1 TB HDD
  4. Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6350
  5. Dual 21’ HD monitors

Softwares Available:

 

  1. 123D Design R1.6

  2. Android Studio

  3. Audacity 2.1.1

  4. Autodesk 3Ds Max 2016

  5. Autodesk Application Manager

  6. Autodesk AutoCAD 2016

  7. Autodesk BackBurner

  8. Autodesk Bim360 Glue

  9. Autodesk Civil View for 3Ds Max

  10. Autodesk Inventor Server Engine of 3Ds Max 2016

  11. Autodesk Material Library

  12. Autodesk Maya 2016

  13. Autodesk Recap 2016

  14. Autodesk Revit Interoperability for 3Ds Max

  15. Autodesk ShowCase 2016

  16. Atom

  17. AMD Catalyst

  18. Avidemux

  19. Blender

  20. Bonjour

  21. Dolby Digital Live Pack

  22. Eclipse

  23. GNS 3

  24. Geny Motion

  25. Irfan View

  26. Makerbot

  27. Matlab

  28. Meshmixer

  29. My SOL Server 2014

  30. Microsoft Silverlight

  31. Node JS

  32. Office Pro Plus 2013

  33. Oracle VM VirtualBox

  34. Python

  35. SketchUp 2015

  36. Validity WBF DDK 495

  37. Visual C++

  38. Visual Studio Community 2015

  39. Visual Studio Code

Android is a mobile operating system (OS) currently developed by Google, based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Android's user interface is based on direct manipulation, using touch gestures that loosely correspond to real-world actions, such as swiping, tapping and pinching, to manipulate on-screen objects, along with a virtual keyboard for text input. Android's source code is released by Google under open source licenses, although most Android devices ultimately ship with a combination of open source and proprietary software, including proprietary software required for accessing Google services.

 

 

Android Development Guides

 

To begin developing for Android you can follow along with these online tutorials.

For those who are not familiar with the Java language, tutorials can be found here.


 

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