Potential research topics in the Weather Broadcasting Lab, managed by the Applied Aviation Sciences Department, include video editing techniques, communication of complex information for different audiences, symbolic representation of scientific information, effectiveness of different on-camera interview techniques, spatial and temporal perception of displayed meteorological data, and human response to hazardous-weather graphics.
- Weather analysis and graphics workstation
- Two green walls with studio lighting
- 65" touchscreen display
- HD cameras
- Wired and wireless microphones
- Video production switcher
- Adobe Creative Cloud
Location: College of Aviation 356A
Lab Director: Professor Debbie Schaum
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