Established in 2011, the Viz-e-Lab was founded as a testing ground for new software efforts in visualization and e-Science at the CfA.  Seamless Astrononmy projects are piloted and tested on users in this space, located on the third floor of the 160 Concord Avenue building of the CfA.  The lab is used to test new hardware--primarily input devices--as well as new software.  At present, two main focii are the development of sophisticated tools "linked view" visualization of high-dimensional data (see "Glue", below) and the integration of WorldWide Telescope into research and teaching paradigms.

See also: projects