The Library provides access to on-site gaming stations equipped to play games for the following console types:
- Microsoft: XBOX, XBOX360, XBOX ONE
- Nintendo: NES, SNES, Super Famicom, Game Boy, N64, Wii, WiiU, Switch
- SEGA: Genesis
- Sony: PlayStation, PS2, PS3, PS4, PS5
To facilitate the use of the Film & Video Collection, the Library maintains viewing stations equipped for individual or group use of media material. Patrons may also bring in their own personal media. Stations include playback equipment for Blu-ray, DVD, VHS, laserdisc and 16mm film, as well as region-free and PAL players for international formats.
In the VR Studio, you can try virtual reality games, simulations, and 3D design programs. If you are a VR developer, you can use the HTC Vive to test your VR creations.
Rock Band & Guitar Hero
Rock out with the exciting action in Guitar Hero 2, Guitar Hero 3, or Rock Band for XBOX 360! Realize a true rock concert experience with all new venues, incredible lighting effects, and authentic instruments.
Digital Graphics Studio
In the Digital Graphics Studio, you can use the 24" Wacom Cintiq Graphics tablet to create digital art with software such as Adobe Photoshop CC, and Adobe Illustrator CC.
A 40-seat Viewing Room is located on the Lower Level of Morris Library for use by faculty and teaching assistants giving media-related presentations to University of Delaware classes. (It is not available for scheduling as a substitute for a regularly-scheduled classroom or as a meeting room for clubs or other campus groups.) It is equipped to show videos in VHS (NTSC and PAL) and DVD (multi-region, standard definition, and Blu-ray) formats. Projection equipment includes a rear-screen high-definition multimedia projector with Dolby surround sound. A computer with a connection to the multimedia projector is available for use in accessing the Internet.