Photo Gallery One of the three 3D printers in the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center prints the StarkVegas dog collar emblem used by the MSU football team during games. Students use the multimedia computer stations and group study tables in the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center. The DMC is home to a state-of-the-art television studio. The studio is home to Take 30, a weekly news show produced by the Department of Communication broadcasting students. A large group of students explore the CAVS Mixed Reality Studio, using both virtual and augmented reality headsets. To welcome students to campus each fall, the MaxxSouth DMC hosts a decorate your own cowbell party. Students bring their cowbell and can select from one of many designs or create their own. Students use the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center as group study space, taking advantage of large tables, computers and whiteboards. Broadcasting students work the control room during a taping of Take 30, a weekly news show produced by the Department of Communication broadcasting students. A student checks out a camera from the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center student assistant. The DMC offers cameras, camcorders, hotspots, laptops, basic tools and more for checkout. Students use the group study tables and computers in the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center for studying, projects and more. The Collaboration Studio in the DMC can be reserved and used for classes, meetings and group study. The DMC offers two music workstations. The CAVS Mixed Reality Studio offers a wide range of educational, cultural and just for fun experiences on Oculus Rift Ss, Oculus Quests, HTC Vive Pros and Hololenses. MSU Broadcasting students get real-world experience in the DMC state-of-the-art television studio. The studio is home to Take 30, a weekly news show produced by the Department of Communication broadcasting students. The MaxxSouth Digital Media Center is one of the most popular group study spots in the library. The DMC offers wide format prints on several paper types, up to 44 inches wide and 80 feet long. The DMC offers a variety of stand tools for checkout, from jumper cables to screw drivers, drills to hammers and more. The DMC offers thousands of DVDs, VHS tapes, Books on CD, Music CDs and other media for checkout. Dr. Keith Hollis uses the lightboard in the DMC AV Studio. The AV Studio offers easy to use, professional video and audio recording equipment. PhD student Kimberly Tillman uses the audio recording station in the DMC AV Studio. The AV Studio offers easy to use, professional video and audio recording equipment. Patrons can use one of two professional sewing machines in the DMC Makerspace. Workshops and open sewing time are also offered. The Glowforge laser cutter is the newest piece of equipment in the DMC Makerspace. The machine allows you to an endless variety of useful, fun, and practical things from materials like wood, leather, felt, fabric, acrylic, paper, and more.