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"Rhino" (Rhinocerous 3D) is a software used for three-dimensional modelling and required by glass and ceramics students for their course work.

It is installed on a specific cluster of computers within each library as follows.

The Murray Library: On the upper level on machines in the PC computer cluster opposite the exhibition catalogues (the side of the building nearest to the metro station).

 

St Peter's Library: On the lower level on machines in the PC computer cluster at the base of the spiral stairs nearest the Wearmouth Bridge side of the building.

Each machine in these locations should have a sticker on the base with "rhino software installed" written on it (although unfortunately these sometimes peel off!)

A list of software available via the Student Desktop on other PC computers within the libraries can be found here: https://sunderlandac.sharepoint.com/sites/cs_TechnicalServices/SitePages/Student-PCs.aspx