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Special modifications to astrometrics allow for microgravity when enabled. This functionality allows users to work in multiple dimensions without the confines of gravity defined spatial orientation.
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The newly refit astrometrics lab aboard the Columbia was redesigned to include a number of functions not previously included. The room is three stories tall, spanning decks 7-9, with the only entrance being on deck 9, where a walkway leads out into the center of the room and a small platform from which users generally 'start'.
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*Special modifications to astrometrics allow for microgravity when enabled. This functionality allows users to work in multiple dimensions without the confines of gravity defined spatial orientation.
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*Holographic screens can be pulled up and moved throughout the working space as needed.
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*Data from any other lab can be pulled in and implemented in real time for users inside the room.
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*Voice and gesture commands enable users to do a number of things while in microgravity as well as from the consoles along the outer wall at the base of the room.
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:48, 18 September 2018

USS Columbia Astrometrics Laboratory



The newly refit astrometrics lab aboard the Columbia was redesigned to include a number of functions not previously included. The room is three stories tall, spanning decks 7-9, with the only entrance being on deck 9, where a walkway leads out into the center of the room and a small platform from which users generally 'start'.

  • Special modifications to astrometrics allow for microgravity when enabled. This functionality allows users to work in multiple dimensions without the confines of gravity defined spatial orientation.
  • Holographic screens can be pulled up and moved throughout the working space as needed.
  • Data from any other lab can be pulled in and implemented in real time for users inside the room.
  • Voice and gesture commands enable users to do a number of things while in microgravity as well as from the consoles along the outer wall at the base of the room.