F011 Scan and Edit moved to K1-Floor

The workstations of F011 have been moved in order to expand the F001 classroom. Scan and Edit spaces can now be found on the K1-floor around the photography homebase. New scanners have also been added.

The remaining F011-Windows workstations with video editing, 3D modeling, and digital drawing possibilities will be moved to new premises in the upcoming weeks.

In turn, F001 will offer more Mac workstations for students from the beginning of the autumn semester.
Work in Progress. Image by Suvi Helko, 2022.

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Read more about the new Scan & Edit spaces and other special purpose facilities.

Filmscanner in Scan and Edit Space K104

Scan and Edit K1-Floor

Three workstation rooms equipped with special hardware and software for high-end scanning, photo editing, and digital drawing.

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Filmscanner in Scan and Edit Space K104

Special purpose facilities

The School of Arts, Design and Architecture has a wide range of special purpose facilities equipped with appropriate hardware and software.

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