The Makerspace has an abundance of tools both digital and analog to help you create and invent. Make use of our workstations and labs as creative spaces to get inspired and generate ideas.
Indoor USB Mics
These devices are used for indoor recording that use a USB connection to operate. These are mainly used for voice recording for podcasts, voice acting, and interviews.
These devices are used for more outdoor recording on-the-go that are easy to set up and take down. These are also used for interviews, and foley work.
These devices are used for sound/music production, primarily in the editing stage. These are mainly used for capturing/manipulating vocals/instruments and the subsequent editing that accompanies them.
These devices are durable and portable cameras for taking fast moving physical action from a first person perspective. These are mainly used for capturing anything action-oriented from extreme sports to any intense situation that would put other cameras at risk.
These devices are portable 360 degree cameras meant to capture the full scope of your surroundings. These are mainly used for capturing photos/footage of vast landscapes or large areas, indoor/outdoor.
These are used for building prospective and tangible models for later development in 3D modelling softwares.
These devices are for constructing a fast and basic 3D model of any physical object to be later printed through modelling software.
These devices are for programming objects to perform particular tasks. This is mainly directed towards those of a computer science background or those with an interest in coding, in particular circuit boards and computer systems.
In the Space
The Makerspace is equipped with a variety of labs and stations for specific types of making.
While the labs are unavailable, the Prototyping Lab is still able to run any printing jobs for students and staff to bring their ideas to life. For more information on this lab and submitting a job request, please see our Services page.
due to covid-19, the audio Lab is unavailable for booking or general access to patrons for the time being.
Our Virtual Tour can give a glimpse into the labs and give more information on what they normally provide.
Sections within the main Makerspace area that house equipment across various disciplines to encourage exploration and making on the part of the patron.
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7800X @3.50GHz
Ram: 16.0 GB
Video Card: Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640.
Processor: 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz)
Ram: 16.0 GB
Oculus Rift S
Field of View: approx. 110°
Tracking Area: 9 x 9 ft
Resolution: 1280 x 1440
HTC Vive Pro
Field of View: 110°
Tracking Area: 15 x 15 ft
Resolution: 1440 x 1600
- 3D Pens
- Allen Keys
- Dremel Tool Kits
- Exacto Knife Kits
- Glue Gun
- LED Connectors
- Makey Makey
- Sandpaper and Filers
- SD Cards (For Sale at Service Desk)
- Soldering Kits
- Tape (Duct/Electrical/Masking)
- Whiteboards and Markers
- And Much More!
March 30, 2020
October 8, 2019