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Cubicles are computer-interaction labs with a uniform, standardized layout and lab computer setup.
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==Physical Properties==
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Contrary to its popular definition, our cubicles are actually fully enclosed rooms. They are designed for single-person experiments and only feature the essentials for basic computer tasks: a desk, a chair, and a standard lab computer setup.
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==Equipment==
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*[[Computers#Lab Computer|Dell T3600]]
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*[[Monitors|Benq XL2420Z]]
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*[[Computers#Keyboard|Corsair Vengeance K70 Keyboard]]
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*[[Computers#Mouse|Logitech G500 and G700 mice]]
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==Usage==
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#Enter cubicle.
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#Use computer.

Revision as of 17:21, 12 October 2017

Cubicle
Manuals

Cubicles are computer-interaction labs with a uniform, standardized layout and lab computer setup.


Physical Properties

Contrary to its popular definition, our cubicles are actually fully enclosed rooms. They are designed for single-person experiments and only feature the essentials for basic computer tasks: a desk, a chair, and a standard lab computer setup.

Equipment

Usage

  1. Enter cubicle.
  2. Use computer.