More about the Roser ATLAS building

Building Hours, Study and Design Rooms

During the academic year (spring and fall), the ATLAS building is open to the public from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. weekdays and during special events. Students taking classes have access until 11 p.m. Monday-Thursday, until 8 p.m. on Fridays, and from 2-6 p.m. Saturdays and 3-11 p.m. Sundays.

Students currently taking classes in the ATLAS building can access labs and group design rooms after hours with the approval of their instructor.

During the summer, the building is open to the public and students taking courses from 7 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. weekdays. Students taking classes can access the building after hours until 8 p.m. weekdays and from 2-6 p.m. Saturdays and 3-8 p.m. Sundays with instructor approval.

Students who currently are not taking a class in the building, or need assistance, can seek permisson for after-hours access by speaking to the receptionist in ATLAS 223 or by calling 303-735-4577 or e-mailing cuatlas@colorado.edu.

Group design rooms, which are located throughout ATLAS and feature whiteboards and high-tech LCD panels, are available for studying or collaborative work. Sign-up sheets are on each door.

meeting spaces and reservations …

 

Broadcast Television Production Studio

A Comprehensive Video Solution
The ATLAS facilities provide a solution for faculty and students who choose video with which to share their work with the world at large. ATLAS offers a comprehensive choice of professional-quality tools and support.  The 1000 sq. ft. (12 ft. to grid) broadcast television production studio lies adjacent to the Black Box performance space. Chroma-key and blackout environments are available.

Camera Package
Three Sony standard definition SDI cameras with teleprompters.

Lighting
The studio is lit using fine tungsten and florescent lighting instruments controlled by a multi-dimmer ETC lighting console.

Audio Recording
The studio is fully soundproofed and doubles as an audio recording facility utilizing a wide selection of world-class microphones and ProTools audio production components to digitally record, sweeten, edit and process audio content.

Control Rooms
The facility holds two self-contained production control rooms with professional, 16-input EchoLab Nova 1716x switchers, two 24×4 Mackie audio consoles and Chyron duet graphics systems.

Production Classroom
The rooms are divided by a soundproof sliding glass door that when open provides a unique production control classroom allowing for a great amount of collaboration and efficiency. The master control room can be seen from both control rooms furthering the students’ technical knowledge that normally would be out of view.

Crossing Multiple Platforms
The digital media technology at the core of the new facility enables streamlined production and distribution across multiple platforms.

Green Room
A greenroom, adjacent to both the television production studios and Black Box, is furnished to provide performers with all necessary off-stage comforts. Men’s and women’s changing and makeup rooms provide ample space for large productions.

Intercom and Closed-Circuit Video
All ATLAS production and control facilities are linked with intercom and closed-circuit video monitoring to ensure seamless communication.

Contact Information
For questions and information, email Bret Mann, broadcast engineer,
mannb@colorado.edu or call 303-492-2675.

 


Getting Around Inside the Roser ATLAS Building

Third floor — Film Studies

Second floor

Ground floor

First basement

Second basement