A Typical Week in the Makerspace?

Turns out there isn’t any such thing.

A visit from Intel’s Samer Batarseh to talk about the three ships: partner, mentor, and intern…

Samer from Intel Visits the Makerspace

Max Mahoney planting hops out in the Backyard for some fermentation science and IoT experiments…

Max Plants

Sociology students doing some design thinking in the Living Room…

Sociology Students Solutioning

Volunteers converting the Living Room into a Vive holodeck…

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Rebekah perfecting our new low resolution prototyping supply cart…

Low resolution prototyping cart

A student-organized/planned/led workshop using the laser cutter to create dice…

WoodWorkingWorkshop

FLC Raptors Overwatch team photo…

FLC Raptors Overwatch Team

A Skittles sorter?

Skittles Sorter

Emma (student and VR volunteer at the Folsom Public Library) standing up our Oculus rig…

Emma Getting the Oculus Set Up

The space – the community, really – feels different these days. The point at which it becomes difficult to keep track of all the creative things happening is the point at which the community seems to have achieved a level of momentum, of (sometimes shambolic) vibrancy. I open my office door and am surprised by the buzz. Daily.



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