Digital Media Center
Digital Media Center
The DMC is a multimedia lab space as well as an equipment, printing and knowledge resource for students interested in exploring creative uses of emerging media and technology to communicate their ideas.
In addition to our highly-skilled professional staff, the DMC is staffed by a cadre of well-trained student employees who work with members at every level of their projects. The lab itself consists of 18 high-end dual-boot workstations with a full complement of commercial and professional-grade software for completing tasks related to audio, video, photography, graphics, animation, 3-D modeling and design, web-based and multimedia projects.
We also provide specialized workspaces and equipment for professional audio recording and editing/mastering, high-demand gaming, simulation and modeling, and maker/hacker activities. We provide resale materials necessary for archival-grade photography and printing, as well as large-format and 3-D printing.
The DMC is open to all full-time students enrolled in the Johns Hopkins University Schools of Arts and Sciences and Engineering. Make! Learn! Play!
By promoting the use of emerging technologies in students’ scholarly and creative works, the Brown Foundation Digital Media Center prepares life-long learners to confidently master new technologies and to disseminate works that effectively communicate their ideas.
News & Announcements
Member Profile: Irving Nestor
Irving Nestor came from a Computer Engineering background but has always loved film and film making. He created Operation First Light through Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film & Media. He wanted to create a fun and exciting short film that brought out the inner-child of his audience.
Electronic Valentine Workshop
Come join us in the Mudd Hall Atrium on Thursday February 7th from 5-7pm to make Electronic Valentines! Use LED’s, conductive tape, conductive paint, and craft supplies to make your one of a kind Valentine’s Day card.
Truth and Reconciliation in Baltimore
Taya Graham and Stephen Janis of the Real News Network discuss how their WYPR podcast Truth and Reconciliation augments their reporting on policing and its relation to governance in Baltimore. The pair will give an overview of how the series creates an archive of historical context and in-depth background as
ConnexUs is an interactive light sculpture introduced to the JHU campus community at the 2018 Lighting of the Quad festival. Students were asked to answer the question What connects us?
Podcasting BootCamp Intersession Class 2018
This 1-credit ‘Bootcamp-style’ class is geared for students with no prior podcasting experience. The course is an intensive, week-long introduction to creating podcasts. The class is composed of lectures and hands-on workshops including recording, editing, and promotion. The class will meet in the DMC (Mattin/Offit 226) Tuesday January 22, 2019