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Directly adjacent to the kitchen, the Goodale Lounge contains the dining area and the primary movie and television watching area on the hall.  In addition to such amenities as the [[Barco]] projector and two [[Athena]] workstations, the Goodale Lounge is also home to the Rack.  [[Hall Feeds]] are held in the dining area of the lounge, with additional seating and possibly a movie playing in the sitting area.
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Directly adjacent to the kitchen, the Goodale Lounge contains the dining area and the primary movie and television watching area on the hall.  In addition to such amenities as the [[Barcos|Barco]] projector and two [[Athena]] workstations, the Goodale Lounge is also home to the rack.  [[Hall Feeds]] are held in the dining area of the lounge, with additional seating and possibly a movie playing in the sitting area.
  
==Lounge Renovations==
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==Feng Shui==
The Goodale Lounge was renovated in Spring 2005. A new stand for the Barco projector was constructed and furniture was rearranged, resulting in a far more open and esthetically pleasing feel in the lounge.
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The Goodale Lounge was renovated in 2008. The new projector ( the NEC ) was installed on the ceiling. A new retractable screen was installed and the lounge was upgraded to a 5.1 surround system.
  
==The Rack==
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There was a previous renovation in Spring 2005.  A new stand for the Barco projector was constructed and the furniture was rearranged, resulting in a far more open and aesthetically pleasing feel in the lounge.  This layout made the lounge an ideal locale for working on larger [[:Category:Projects | Projects]], and served as ground zero for the construction of the new Barco mount that would stand there.
Located in a corner of the dining area, the Rack is home to Slugwiki and the Bemix server.
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==Athena Workstations==
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Occasionally, the [[Ping Pong]] table is brought out and played in the Goodale Lounge, but more recently Ping Pong enthusiasts have used the table in the [[East Campus]] basement instead.
There are two Athena workstations located in the Goodale Lounge, blueshift and shadowrunner.
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==Barco Projector==
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Recently all the [[List of Hall Items | items]] in Goodale lounge has been cataloged
The most-used Barco projector can be found in the sitting area of the Goodale Lounge.  It is commonly used to watch [http://www.adultswim.com/shows/athf/ Aqua Team Hunger Force], [http://www.ebaumsworld.com/index2.shtml eBaum's World], [http://www.mybarbarian.com/mb-web/video/unicorns_hi.mov Unicorns LA] and various other forms of media.
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==Entertainment==
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[[Image:barco-and-nes.jpg|thumb|right|The Barco and "Gaming Machine"]]
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The Barco Entertainment Rack contains an array of  devices slugs use for their amusement and sometimes bemusement. This system contains The "Gaming Machine" ([[NES.MIT.EDU]]), an audio/video converter, a modified KVM used to switch inputs, a surround sound audio amplifier, and a vga splitter that outputs video to a monitor, the Barco projector and the Barco kitchen extension.  It is commonly used to watch [http://www.adultswim.com/shows/athf/ Aqua Teen Hunger Force], [http://www.ebaumsworld.com/index2.shtml eBaum's World], [http://www.mybarbarian.com/mb-web/video/unicorns_hi.mov Unicorns LA] and various other forms of media.
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===Using the Barco Entertainment Rack===
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The switch box mounted under the table can be used to select the input to the Barco, monitor and the bke. It has four positions: Comp, TV/Video, Aux and Front.
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{| border="1"
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|-
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| Position
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| Function
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| Description
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|-
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| Comp
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| NES.MIT.EDU
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| General multimedia computer
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|-
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| TV/Video
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| Audio/Video Converter
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| Used to connect components such as game consoles or to watch cable TV
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|-
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| Aux
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| Spare VGA Input
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| No use yet
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|-
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| Front
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| Front access input
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| Easy way to connect your own computer/video/audio device
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|}
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==Computing Resources==
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In addition to the "Gaming Machine," there are two [[Athena]] workstations located in the Goodale Lounge, blueshift.mit.edu and ultraviolet_catastrophe.mit.edu.  The kitchen also makes room for the rack, which currently houses the [[Slugwiki Server]].  It has plenty of room for expansion and hopefully will eventually contain a hall-wide repository of data as well.
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==See Also==
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*[[Cocoa Lounge]]
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*[[Goodale]]
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*[[Bemis]]
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*[[Slugfest Kitchen]]
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[[Category:Slugfest Places]]
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[[Category: Projects]]

Latest revision as of 22:53, 25 August 2015

Directly adjacent to the kitchen, the Goodale Lounge contains the dining area and the primary movie and television watching area on the hall. In addition to such amenities as the Barco projector and two Athena workstations, the Goodale Lounge is also home to the rack. Hall Feeds are held in the dining area of the lounge, with additional seating and possibly a movie playing in the sitting area.

Feng Shui

The Goodale Lounge was renovated in 2008. The new projector ( the NEC ) was installed on the ceiling. A new retractable screen was installed and the lounge was upgraded to a 5.1 surround system.

There was a previous renovation in Spring 2005. A new stand for the Barco projector was constructed and the furniture was rearranged, resulting in a far more open and aesthetically pleasing feel in the lounge. This layout made the lounge an ideal locale for working on larger Projects, and served as ground zero for the construction of the new Barco mount that would stand there.

Occasionally, the Ping Pong table is brought out and played in the Goodale Lounge, but more recently Ping Pong enthusiasts have used the table in the East Campus basement instead.

Recently all the items in Goodale lounge has been cataloged

Entertainment

The Barco and "Gaming Machine"

The Barco Entertainment Rack contains an array of devices slugs use for their amusement and sometimes bemusement. This system contains The "Gaming Machine" (NES.MIT.EDU), an audio/video converter, a modified KVM used to switch inputs, a surround sound audio amplifier, and a vga splitter that outputs video to a monitor, the Barco projector and the Barco kitchen extension. It is commonly used to watch Aqua Teen Hunger Force, eBaum's World, Unicorns LA and various other forms of media.

Using the Barco Entertainment Rack

The switch box mounted under the table can be used to select the input to the Barco, monitor and the bke. It has four positions: Comp, TV/Video, Aux and Front.

Position Function Description
Comp NES.MIT.EDU General multimedia computer
TV/Video Audio/Video Converter Used to connect components such as game consoles or to watch cable TV
Aux Spare VGA Input No use yet
Front Front access input Easy way to connect your own computer/video/audio device

Computing Resources

In addition to the "Gaming Machine," there are two Athena workstations located in the Goodale Lounge, blueshift.mit.edu and ultraviolet_catastrophe.mit.edu. The kitchen also makes room for the rack, which currently houses the Slugwiki Server. It has plenty of room for expansion and hopefully will eventually contain a hall-wide repository of data as well.

See Also