The Interactive Product Design Lab (IPDL) is a purpose-built lab designed to support both teaching and research by providing students access to investigate, explore and experiment with an extensive array of new technologies. Central to this concept, the School of Industrial Design has placed a high priority on the need to foster and develop interdisciplinary team-based collaboration with other educational and research units from across the campus including School of Interactive Computing, School of Mechanical Engineering, the Graphics Visualization and Usability Lab (GVU) and CATEA, the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access. The Interactive Product Design Lab was built in the summer of 2011 and opened in time for the Fall Semester 2011.

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