The biomechanics laboratory located at 28 Division Street is a large multi-use laboratory with group and individual research areas, a film digitization room, photographic dark-room, computer room, and an audio-visual film studio. A separate graduate and faculty research area has a large laboratory for data collection and two rooms that are attached and used predominantly by graduate students working on projects.
The neuromechanics laboratory located at 28 Division Street is a large multi-use laboratory with group and individual research areas.
The software and technical support is exceptional in order to support unique and varied student interests. Equipment used within these facilities consist of high speed 16 mm cameras, video recorder display and analysis systems, digitizer, photographic analysis software, both hardware and telemetric electromyographic units, large force platform, digital scopes, three dimensional electromagnetic systems, A/D converters, accelerometers, velocity gauges, and other assorted smaller items normally found in biomechanics laboratories.