Media Gaming Stations
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The Media Library has console gaming stations available for individuals and groups wishing to play games in the Media Library, PC game stations for the study of games and gaming, in-house use of virtual reality devices, table space for study, board games, and projects. All stations can be reserved at the UNT Libraries eSports reservation site.
These stations are under the same rules and regulations of the general access computers in all of the libraries: Public Workstations at the UNT Libraries. The Media Library does not offer support for the use of any of the software. If you encounter a software or hardware error you may inform the Media Library staff at the front desk and they will enter a help ticket to get it resolved. Stations are Dell Aurora R6 gaming machines supporting virtual reality. Each machine has a Corsair mechanical keyboard, gaming mouse matched with a precision gaming surface. The stations are equipped with a dedicated gigabit network link attached to the campus fiber optic network for ultra-low latency online gaming. All stations have motorized adjustable desks to facilitate standing, sitting, and wheelchair access.
- Remember to save your work and log out of all programs and the computer when you are finished.
Console Gaming Stations
The Media Library offers access to game stations with consoles: Wii, Wii U, PS2, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Switch. A retro gaming station includes a retro DOS machine, NES classic, SNES classic, and PS classic.
Virtual Reality Devices
The Media Library now offers the use of the virtual reality headsets in the library.
- There is a 4-hour time limit.
- No Food or Drinks.
Gaming Events at the UNT Media Library
The UNT Library offers students the opportunity to get together and open game. You can see what events are occurring in the Media Library here.