Very soon, you will begin to hear how the new Northeastern Visitors Center is beyond awesome. And you will think “Oh come on, how cool could it really be?” And, as you are about to find out, the answer is: very. very. cool.
Without further ado, here is the first thing you will see when you approach West Village F, notice the alluring LED light displays diffused through the windows, and open the doors:
For this post, I’m going to assume that most of you saw the above picture and are ignoring this silly text, but for those of you that are sticking with me, you will get to hear about some of the little details that make the Visitor Center great. First off, do you see the fellow on the right the iPad in his hands? He is one of the greeters with iPads like you find at the Genius Bar at an Apple Store, which they use to check you in for your appointments and tours.
And what might you do after you are checked in? Well, feel free to ogle over what is probably the sweetest piece of technology here at Northeastern, the huge interactive touch screens.
If after playing around with these neat pieces of technology you feel the need to sit down and take it all in (and maybe offer a moment of silence to the “Engineering Stargate” and the Curry flat screens for no longer being the hottest thing around anymore), have a seat in the swanky waiting area.
The Visitor Center has been getting some rave reviews, which it completely deserves, so be sure to check it out for yourself! In the meantime, here are some more pictures: