Adjacent to the Pulse of the Earth is the Active Learning Laboratory in 240 Deike Building. The Active Learning Lab is a new undergraduate high-tech, active-learning classroom. The lab features flexible seating arrangements for up to 28 students, including table arrangements that seat up to 6-9 students, four computer projectors that can project images and video from individual groups or for the class as a whole. There also is a 3D Geo-Wall projection system, and white-boards cover most of the walls. The design of the room is open, with ample space for students to spread out and work and the instructor to engage individuals, groups, or the class as a whole. The Active Learning Lab is separated from the Pulse of the Earth by a sliding glass door and blackout curtains.